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[bluetooth-dev] Differences between Bluetooth v1.0b and v1.1a



Hi Bluetooth developers,
 Can anyone tell us where we could find the list of errata for v1.0b ?
       The appendix 1 in Bluetooth specification book v1.1 states that for
each layer the errata items previously published on the web have been
included. What correction bars are they exactly  talking about in the v 1.1
of the specifications book because we donot see any specific correction
bars in the Bluetooth_11_Specifications_Book.pdf file.
 Is there  any other white paper which states the differences or changes
made in the versions of the Bluetooth protocol v1.1 over v1.0b?
 would appreciate any help here to note down all the exact
additions/deletions made to the v1.1 of the specifications after 1.0b..
Thanks and Regards.
Hemang C S
Networking Software Group, IBM Software Labs, India,
7B1,Golden Enclave, Airport Road,
Bangalore - 560017
email ID:shemang@xxxxxxx.com
Ph no. 91-80-5267117 Ext. 3715

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Greg KH <greg@xxxxxxx.com> on 12/06/2001 21:08:36

Please respond to Greg KH <greg@xxxxxxx.com>

To:   赿 <kdk@xxxxxxx.edu>
cc:   bluetooth-dev@xxxxxxx.edu (bcc: Hemang C
      Subramanian/India/IBM)
Subject:  Re: [bluetooth-dev] Error occured when a CSR module is connected
      to a Linux pc. (kernel ver:2.4.2-2) Please, Help




On Tue, Jun 12, 2001 at 04:30:13PM +0900, 赿 wrote:
> usb.c: USB device 7 (vend/prod 0xa12/0x1) is not claimed by any active
driver.

What is the output of /proc/bus/usb/devices with the bluetooth device
plugged in?  What distro is this?  Do other USB devices work with this
system?  What is the output of the kernel debug log when you plug in the
device (more than just that one line.)

thanks,

greg k-h
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