From: Chris Matthews <matt0599@um...> - 2007-06-28 18:44:52
I'm playing around with 4 Gumstix (400xm) in a research project that will
eventually be navigating and relaying GPS information and instructions to
two autonomous airplanes (two stix each). I am connecting to the stix using
both MacOS 10.4 and XP for irrelevant reasons.
Essentially one of the Gumstix will pair fine with either computer, and
anyone can join its PAN but for some reason the Bluetooth virtual serial
connection on this stix will never connect. The error on the MAC screen
session in terminal says that the connection is busy, Windows just gives up
and says it failed to connect. I've done the usual troubleshooting procedure
of rebooting the device and examining the code for the serial to see if it
is in fact connecting to another device. I have scoured the code, and it is
identical in every corner to the other Gumstix it sits with that connects
and performs exactly as I want it to. The boot sequences look and are even
timed the same. ttyS2 and ttyS0 work fine.
Any ideas as to why this serial connection is tied up?
Also Gumstix 3 and 4 think they are ericsson audio devices but perform
normally and to my wishes. Bluetooth doesn't boot when the class and type
information is changed. Is that strange or a normal occurrence?
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