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RE: [bluetooth-dev] Help inexpert in receiving data
Once you have the RFCOMM connection setup, you should be
able to use /dev/ttyBT0 as a normal serial port. What you
write to it should appear on the other end of the Bluetooth
connection, and you should be able to read what they send.
That is about as much help as you can get for 0.0.4, as it
is much too old to be considered anything we support.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Markku Pirilš [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: 25 October 2001 11:27
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [bluetooth-dev] Help inexpert in receiving data
> I have two Linux PC:s communicating ower the Bluetooth link.
> My openbt stack and demo programs are version 0.0.4. In later
> versions there is huge amount of modifications and improvements
> but i'm not very interested to change because i have edited btd.c
> and other files so much. I don't use higher levels of the stack
> than rfcomm.
> My problem is:
> How to receive and display the data sended by remote device?
> This task is not implemented in 0.4 version of the btd.
> I mean in such a way that after connection has made i can
> immediately see received data on screen.
> I have found several receiving related functions but i don't
> know wich of them to use and how should the receiving be
> implemented. Is there already for example some buffer status
> or variable wich i should use as an indicator when the data
> is available? If i have to poll the tty while showing the
> menu and being ready to process user commands, how it sould
> be done?
> Hopefully someone has time to think about these problems even
> if he/she is busy and working with much more complicated topics.
> Thanks in advance and with Best Regards,
> Markku Pirila
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