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Well, I found out that if you use broadcom based USB dongles (like my belkin) then you have audio problems. It seems that some have solved it using an option when loading hci_usb module. However, this did not work for me. I am now waiting for a CSR based dongle to test again.

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Hi, please can you say me how to install the passkey--agent in centos.
I tried to compile but:
./configure --prefix=/usr --mandir=/usr/share/man --sysconfdir=/etc --localstatedir=/var --libexecdir=/lib

configure: error: GLib library version 2.14 or later is required


thanks.

T.
 
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Hello Giannis (and any other who can help),

Is it possible to tell us how we can compile the passkey-agent, in order to make the bluetooth search from mobile "see" the elastix?

I downloaded the bluez-utils-3.36.tar.gz and when i tried to ./configure it says that "configure: error: D-Bus library is required".

OK, then i go and download the dbus1.3.0.tar.gz and when i run ./configure it says "configure: error: Could not find expat.h, check config.log for failed attempts" :(

What's going wrong? i am stuck...


Regards,

Giannis :)
 
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kinglyr:
Assuming that you are using the latest stable elastix distro (1.6), I guess you should run something like:
yum install dbus-libs* dbus-devel* dbus-1*
And I just saw that you downloaded bluez 3.36. Elastix has bluez 3.7

tolengo:
yum install glib-devel glib2-devel



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Giannis,

First of all thank you for you help.

I have a question. How we use the file you give above?

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Giannis
 
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No luck still i cant connect the phone by bluetooth.

Code:
Installed Packages
Name       : bluez-gnome
Arch       : i386
Version    : 0.5
Release    : 5.fc6
Size       : 43 k
Repo       : installed
Summary    : Bluetooth pairing and control applet
URL        : [url=http://www.bluez.org/]http://www.bluez.org/[/url]
License    : GPL
Description: The bluez-gnome package contains Bluetooth helper applets and tools for the GNOME desktop environment.

Name       : bluez-hcidump
Arch       : i386
Version    : 1.32
Release    : 1
Size       : 242 k
Repo       : installed
Summary    : Bluetooth HCI protocol analyser
URL        : [url=http://www.bluez.org/]http://www.bluez.org/[/url]
License    : GPL
Description: Protocol analyser for Bluetooth traffic.  The BLUETOOTH trademarks are owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc., U.S.A.

Name       : bluez-libs
Arch       : i386
Version    : 3.7
Release    : 1.1
Size       : 115 k
Repo       : installed
Summary    : Bluetooth libraries
URL        : [url=http://www.bluez.org/]http://www.bluez.org/[/url]
License    : GPL
Description: Knihovny pro pou
 
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Greetings to all:

I've tried with an MSI PC2PC bluetooth dongle, and dind't work well.
Then i went to buy an TRUST 2.1 Bluetooth adapter and something start to work. I just need a litle help and i will post the tutorial if needed. I'm certain that i'm near to get success.

After all steps seen here and many others, mixing all the "recipes", the CLI monitors the following:

- Bluetooth Device ANVT has connected.
-- Bluetooth Device ANVT initialised and ready.
-- Bluetooth Device ANVT has disconnected
But diferent from the other, there's no reason shown.

I'm trying with these models:
- Nokia E65
- Nokia 6110 Navigator
- Nokia 6310 (old one)
- Nokia 6080

ALL Phones are detected, "Usable=yes" , Port=1 / 13>>(nokia 6310). The phones establish connection, then the server cuts the connection, and restart all again.

Conects > pair > Disconects until the seconds set up in mobile.conf.

I've changed instead to 120 Seconds. The phone, connects, the server close the connection and only after 120 seconds tries to connect again.

I've authorized the pairing with all models. I've added only one MAC address at time, so the dongle don't mix up phones.

I'm tempted to ignore passkey=none, security=none and no PIN at the phone.

Anybody has ideas?

Thanks to all.
 

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