How exactly are you using bluetooth to communicate with your robots? Are
you sending and receiving data from one robot to the other respective
On 6/7/07, Joseph Baxter <jlb@...> wrote:
> You basically need to do some socket programming. So first you should
> read up on socket (servers and clients) programming for what ever you
> like to code in.
> Look at the "bluetooth_dongle" and "rfcomm_connect_dongle" functions in
> the miabot driver to get the basic client connection code in c++.
> I only have experience with the client side of things unfortunately (the
> server side was already implemented in the Miabots) but in theory the
> server side of things should be similar.
> I would be tempted rather than messing with player to get your p2os
> driver to read/write whatever data you want to a file, and then have a
> separate service transferring the data between robots over bluetooth.
> Hopefully someone else with have a better idea for you :)
> Carlos Beane wrote:
> >That is right,... the serial-to-usb is used to communicate with the robot
> >from the laptop.
> >So, to re-summarize the problem, we need to communicate with the other
> >robots through bluetooth instead of Ethernet. So how do you make player
> >understand rfcomm? Is there a plug-in or do we have to write a
> driver. And
> >if we do have to write a driver, where do you begin. Is there an example
> >help on doing so?
> Joseph Baxter
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