I noticed that the file you can download from my site causes "segmentation errors" with the latest version of Oleg's firmware. Therefore an update can be found on the page. Also, a very pleasant side-effect, libc has been replaced by ulibc in the package making it much smaller (still the wl500g build-in libc is not compatible with affix). In fact the /affix-release/lib directory only has to contain libc.so.6 since the binaries are compiled statically.
Attached you can find the new version.
PS can someone copy this to the wiki pages, I do not understand it how to use it, I am just a simple "ing" .
It is possible to run Bluetooth on the WL500g! This can be done via
the USB interface in combination with a USB dongle running the Affix stack.
The following dongles have been tested:
For enabling Bluetooth on the WL500g the following is needed:
* a WL500g ;-)
* Precompiled binary, see attachement
* A USB flash disk
* A USB BT dongle
* A USB Hub (to be able to connect the USB BT & flashdisk simultaneously
to the WL500g)
Extract the affix-release.zip file and be sure to preserve the paths, it will
look as follows:
│ │ └───affix
│ │ └───conf.d
On the USB disk make a directory for incoming and outgoing Obex file transfer
Be shure to insert a USB BT dongle in the box and start bluetooth services via
telnet (see chupa forum how to enable telnet), by issuing the following
Everything should start up now. Test the affix stack by entering the following
command in a Telnet session:
* Binaries are statically compiled, so larger than actually needed.
* A specific libc.so.6 file is needed simply because the WL500g version is
* PAN interface seems not to be routed through the WL500g. As a BT PAN
client it is possible to access the internal webpage of the WL500g. When
a tcpdump is made the box claimes that “source route failed”. I have no
clue yet what is causing this problem