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RE: [bluetooth-dev] development support
have a look at the 'raw' hci interface (BTSENDRAWDATA)in bluetooth.c which is used to send any data directly to the HW. From usermode you can use bt_send_raw_data which is
in /apps/bluetooth/experimental/bt_if.c However, this uses ioctls and is more suitable for sending e.g vendor specific commands and not lots of data.
Currently, I haven't got time too look into this since the upcoming
unplugfest but maybe after that.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lindner Martin [mailto:Martin.2.Lindner@xxxxxxx.de]
> Sent: den 30 mars 2001 13:28
> To: 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
> Subject: [bluetooth-dev] development support
> the idea of making an open source code is absolutely great.
> This urged me to
> think about writing my own software. Is it possible that you
> could give me
> some support like flow charts/diagrams of the software or
> something similar?
> So that I can get an idea of how structuring the HCI layer
> and creating HCI
> drivers. The software I want to write is part of my diploma
> work which I'm
> doing here at Siemens. As a first step I would like to set up
> a data link
> just using the HCI layer connected to a complete Bluetooth module over
> RS-232. Do you think this is possible to ignore the higher
> layers? I would
> be very happy if I could create a link just using the HCI layer and a
> surface written probably in Tcl/Tk. I would be really
> grateful for any help
> you could hand to me!!! Thank you very much for your help!!!
> Martin Lindner
> AT BE DI T14
> Siemens Automotive Systems
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