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Re: [bluetooth-dev] How to use emulated serial port at RFCOMM?



Does the method that you mentioned below apply to both kernel and user
mode? Which is the header file that I need to include so that I can call
those functions?


Matthew Palmer wrote:
> 
> On Mon, 19 Feb 2001, Chia Benham wrote:
> 
> > I am writing an application that wish to communicate through the
> > emulated serial port at RFCOMM, how do I open an emulated serial port
> > and read/write to that port? What are the functions that I can call to
> > talk to the emulated serial port?
> 
> As I understand it, open() the special file (/dev/ttyBT0) and then read()
> and write() (or their <stdio.h> equivalents after an fdopen()) followed by a
> close().  If you want to do funky control stuff, you can use ioctl(),
> perhaps only on the control device (/dev/ttyBTC).  I'm not yet sure what
> exactly you can do with it (still digesting source code).
> 
> --
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> #include <disclaimer.h>
> Matthew Palmer
> mjp16@xxxxxxx.au

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