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RE: [bluetooth-dev] new SDK reqd..!
As you adviced,I tried to compile new apps with
linux-2.4.22,but I could not compile sucessfully.
Is there any new devboard_bt for this kernel version.
Could you please give some more guide lines on
using devboard_bt with this kernel version.What
changes do I need to make to the top level makefile
--- Anders Torbjorn Johansson
> Use the latest version from CVS, I'm currently
> running it for the 2.4.22 kernel
> with no problem. I've moved some parts to a library
> (libs/openbt) and other
> utils are located under apps/bluetooth/utils. What
> you need is:
> 1. The driver code, located under
> linux/drivers/char/bluetooth, shall be placed
> in your os/linux/arch/cris/drivers/bluetooth/src
> 2. The included, located under
> linux/include/linux/bluetooth, shall be placed
> in your os/linux/arch/cris/drivers/bluetooth/include
> 3. The utils, use btdm or bti depending on your
> needs. bti only initiate
> the stack and doesn't enable any server
> functionality as starting PPP and
> so on.
> I haven't tried the version located on the
> developer-web so I can't answer
> if it works properly for your kernel.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: owner-bluetooth-dev On Behalf Of axis
> > Sent: den 12 november 2003 16:39
> > To: Bluetooth-dev
> > Subject: [bluetooth-dev] new SDK reqd..!
> > Sir,
> > In the link
> > the devboard_bt-R1_0_0 seems to be for kernel
> > and not for Linux kernel 2.4.19.May be this is the
> > problem for not being to connect using my newly
> > compiled image..
> > Where can I get the new SDK for Linux kernel
> > 2.4.19 ??
> > Please help me..!
> > Thank you
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