Thanks very much... I will try it out now.

On 3/29/08, Mark Ahlenius <m_ahlenius@comcast.net> wrote:
Hi Peter,

Note - I can't recall if there are some GPIO pin reassignments which
need to be made for the 400 xmBT -
but first I would try the following:

1). make sure your BT antenna is connected
2). make a backup copy of the file /etc/default/bluetooth
3). change the settings in /etc/default/bluetooth to the following:

   (if its not in the file, add this):  HCIATTACH_ENABLE=false

   uncomment the lines:
      PAND_OPTIONS  "--listen --role NAP"
      PAND_OPTIONS "--role PANU --search --service....."

   change the line "PAND_ENABLE=true"

save the file.

then stop/start BT by:

/etc/init.d/bluetooth stop
/etc/init.d/bluetooth start


then do a "hciconfig -a"  to see if the hci0 (your gumstix BT) is UP or not.

Note - The default passkey for most of the gumstix BT devices is BlueZ

Now if that still doesn't work look at this thread on Nabble:

http://www.nabble.com/Bluetooth-stop-working-td12489241.html#a12508041

"....
>  echo "AF1 in" >/proc/*gpio*/*GPIO42*
>  echo "AF2 out" >/proc/*gpio*/*GPIO43*
>  echo "AF1 in" >/proc/*gpio*/*GPIO44*
>  echo "AF2 out" >/proc/*gpio*/*GPIO45*
>
>  in this file: /etc/init.d/S30bluetooth , in the start "stanza" after the
>  modprobe of gumstix_bluetooth and proc_gpio. "

I don't know if this was permanently fixed in a later release or not.


htp.

'mark




Peter Vandrish wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a waysmall 400xm-bt and I am wondering how to bring up the
> bluetooth device. Booting the computer
> said that HCI manager was initialized. When I try to use hcitool:
> # hcitool scan
> Device is not available: No such device
>
> I want to hopefully establish a serial bluetooth connection to my
> pocket pc someday.
> Thanks,
> Pete
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