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RE: [bluetooth-dev] line number allocation on the server side
Currently this is selected as "first free" since there is not yet any
support for mapping a dlci with a line. If you 'know' what application is waiting on the server side and there is only one type then this is not a problem. Like when running as a LAN accesspoint with pppd waiting on the ttyBT:s...
We really need to look into a better design for the upper user IF, however
there never seems to be time for it... :(
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Roy Laor [mailto:RoyL@xxxxxxx.com]
> Sent: den 15 maj 2001 16:45
> To: 'email@example.com'
> Subject: [bluetooth-dev] line number allocation on the server side
> My understanding is that with rf_conn command one specifies
> the line number
> on the client side.
> How is the line number on the server side determined? How can
> I know which
> line on the server where allocated?
> What will happen if multiple clients are connected to the server (with
> regard to the allocation of /dev/ttyBTn devices on the server)?
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