I'm trying to get a Bluetooth-enabled Waysmall to talk to
a Linux box equipped with a USB-Bluetooth dongle.
I've read various web pages about that and at present
I'm working with the instructions at:
>From watching /var/log/messages (on both machines)
I can see that the Waysmall repeatedly attempts to connect,
but the host box says "Connection failed. Permission denied".
This is coming from pand. Then of course the Waysmall says
"Connection closed by peer" or some such.
I have /etc/bluetooth/pin containing the same string on both
devices (with "security auto" in hcid.conf).
I also tried "security none" in hcid.conf (killed hcid,
and relaunched it) but that didn't seem to make any difference.
Does anyone know what kind of permission pand is checking,
if it is not the PIN ??
I know this is not a Gumstix-specific question but I am
hoping that someone may have seen similar behavior.
Thanks for any light you can shed on this question.