General Support - Bluetooth finally works. Then again...

shame - 28.11.2006, 00:06 Uhr
Titel: Bluetooth finally works. Then again...
I'd not managed to get bluetooth working with my mobile since I installed kanotix RC4, something to do with changes in how bluez works which kdebluetooth hadn't caught up with yet, apparently.
Well I was messing around with it earlier today and suddenly it was all working. I have both my phones paired and can send files to and from the phones and browse both phones in konqueror.
So I was happy since it was the one remaining problem I had stopping kanotix from being a perfectly working distro.
Now, when I start kbluetoothd I get this error -
Failed to connect to the SDP server.
Please make sure that sdpd is running;
without it, other devices will not be able to find out
which services your computer offers.
I've checked in rcconf and bluetooth is checked and I've also tried using update-rc.d to remove and re-add bluetooth after unfreezing but I still get the errors.
If I do /etc/init.d/bluetooth restart then everything is ok and I don't get the error. It just seems to be having problems with the initial run.
p500xl - 28.11.2006, 00:45 Uhr
Titel: RE: Bluetooth finally works. Then again...
on one computer here wlan only work
if i do a networking restart in /etc/rc.local,
why i don't know

bluetooth is working well here,so
maybe write
/etc/init.d/bluetooth restart
in etc/rc.local before exit 0 and hopefully it works for you too
Kano - 28.11.2006, 00:56 Uhr
Titel: RE: Bluetooth finally works. Then again...
apt-get remove --purge kanotix-udev-config
shame - 28.11.2006, 01:35 Uhr
Well that fixed the error but now I can't connect to the computer again. I try to browse the phone in konqueror and it says can't connect and if I try to re-add the computer as a device on the phone it doesn't detect the computer. Exactly the same problem I was having before.
Superrakete - 28.11.2006, 23:54 Uhr

tail -f /var/log/syslog
when trying to connect.

"apt-get install bluez-passkey-gnome" and then start "bt-applet" as user will maybe help to fix your problem.
gmx99 - 04.03.2007, 21:25 Uhr
Or you can try:

rfcomm must be ok and the file PIN has to contain 1234.

1. modprobe bluetooth rfcomm l2cap
2. hcitool scan
3. create a /bin/bluepin with:
cat /etc/bluetooth/pin
4. rfcomm bind 0 00:00:00:00:00:00 with the number from 2.
5. echo "ATZ" > /dev/rfcomm0
6. now you have to insert the PIN for pairing
7. execute normaly modemlink and gprsconnect

look at http://debian.blauzahn.net/ only german

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