Yes I recompiled the kernel but the *physical module* is the old
PBA31307 and not the new (RoHS compliant) PBA31308.
Problem is that the patch applied now makes the kernel
complain that it can't find the right bluetooth *physical module*.

I guess I'm going to side skirt the issue by using r1155 of the build root
because it looks like the last one before the addition of the patch.

To Craig:
Would droping in an old buez package directory (/trunk/package/bluez/) from pre 1155 over the new
buildroot break any thing?

On 11/21/06, Mario A. Spinthiras <mario@netway.com.cy> wrote:
Jesse Welling wrote:
> Hi I was trying to update my kernal from 2.6.16 to 2.6.18 and I ran
> into the PBA31308 vs PBA31307 problem
> and my BlueTooth no longer works. Some one mentioned a fix but it was
> kinda vague. It told
> me what to change in the bluez-something-something-PBA31308.patch
> (which I found) but not what to change it *to*...
> can any one enlighten me? IIRC resp[6], resp[7] and resp[9] was
> mentioned. Does any one know what those values should be?
> Here is the error:
>
>     Starting Bluetooth subsystem:Trying baud rate 57600...
>     Set (GPIO,out,clear) via /proc/gpio/GPIO7
>     Set (GPIO,out,set) via /proc/gpio/GPIO7
>     Got response after reset... gobbling
>     No response from BT module
>     Trying baud rate 921600...
>     Set (GPIO,out,clear) via /proc/gpio/GPIO7
>     Set (GPIO,out,set) via /proc/gpio/GPIO7
>     Got response after reset... gobbling
>     Error reading response: Success
>     Trying baud rate 115200...
>     Set (GPIO,out,clear) via /proc/gpio/GPIO7
>     Set (GPIO,out,set) via /proc/gpio/GPIO7
>     Got response after reset... gobbling
>     Detected bluetooth module at 115200 baud
>     Got: status=0x00, hci_ver=0x01, hci_rev=0x0750, lmp_ver=0x02,
>     manuf=0x0009, lmp_subver=0x0750
>     Not a PBA31307
>
>
> Thanks for the help!
>
>
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Kernel you mean ?

Did you include the modules for your hw ?

If not recompile with your hw supported modules.

M.

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