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RE: [bluetooth-dev] RE: confused on HCI data packets



which hardware and which stack are you using? have you had any positive
experiences, e.g., talking to the device in user mode, or ???

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sami Kibria [mailto:skibria@xxxxxxx.ca]
> Sent: Thursday, May 17, 2001 11:00 AM
> To: Gathright, Dave
> Cc: Bluetooth-Dev
> Subject: RE: [bluetooth-dev] RE: confused on HCI data packets
> 
> 
> hello dave...thanks for the quick response...
> 
> okay i get the connection complete event with status = 0x00 (so i know
> that i have a connection between my two bluetooth devices), 
> and also by
> the fact that i can also use the physical reset of the 
> software reset to
> disconnect my connection...so i know that my connection is okay...
> 
> when i don't send something right away nothing happens...when 
> i perform a
> write (ie passing my buffer from user to kernel space with my
> characters) it just hangs and nothing appears on the my host 
> b...why it
> hangs i don't know...maybe i need to do a flush or something...
> 
> but when i send a dumb data packet across well i still don't 
> see anything
> from host b's perspective but then when i send another data 
> packet across
> then i see the packet on the other end but i receive an error 
> event packet
> from the hci - 0x20, that is unsupported lmp parameter value)...and my
> write still hangs...
> 
> grrrrr....
> 
> any suggestions would be awesome!
> 
> :)
> 
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> Sami Kibria
> Researcher
> TRLabs - Winnipeg, Manitoba. CANADA
> email: skibria@xxxxxxx.ca
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> 
> On Thu, 17 May 2001, Gathright, Dave wrote:
> 
> > you don't have to send an acl packet immediately. there is 
> no time-out for
> > ACL data that I am aware of.
> > 
> > do you receive either an error from the HC or a 
> confirmation that the packet
> > has been sent?
> > 
> 
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