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  1. #31
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    Question Bluetooth on wlhdd

    Hi everybody,

    ... searched around the forum for some information on using a bluetooth stick (bt) on the usb port of my wl hdd :-) ... seen a lot of information making me a little confused *g* ...

    Is there a compressed Howto for dummy users on wl-hdd ... what about using on asus fw and olegs fw ?

    If I have done it well, I get time to write a HowtTo in wiki :-) ... but at the moment I not sure which fw to use in future ... both have reason to be the better one ... both have good sides and bad sides :-) ...

    Thanks
    Martin

  2. #32
    The same problem with me. How can it be that a precompiled binary file cannot be found, even if it is there? I always got that annoying not found message:

    [admin@xxx bin]$ . ./start_bt
    Using /mnt/usbfs/affix-release/bin/kernel/net/affix/affix.o
    Using /mnt/usbfs/affix-release/bin/kernel/drivers/affix/affix_usb.o
    Using /mnt/usbfs/affix-release/bin/kernel/net/affix/affix_rfcomm.o
    Using /mnt/usbfs/affix-release/bin/kernel/net/affix/affix_pan.o
    ./start_bt: 9: btctl: not found
    ./start_bt: 11: btctl: not found
    SIOCGIFFLAGS: No such device
    SIOCGIFFLAGS: No such device
    interface pan0 does not exist!
    ./start_bt./start_bt: 18: btsrv: not found
    : 19: btctl: not found
    [1] + Done(127) btsrv -C /mnt/usbfs/affix-release/etc/btsrv.con
    f --nomanagepin
    ./start_bt: 20: btctl: not found
    [admin@xxx bin]$

    [admin@xxx bin]$ ls -l -a
    drwxr-xr-x 3 admin root 16384 Jun 11 04:46 .
    drwxr-xr-x 8 admin root 16384 Jun 11 04:46 ..
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 admin root 1246 Jun 11 03:35 bluejack
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 admin root 256868 Jun 11 03:35 btctl
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 admin root 40 Jun 11 03:35 btftp
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 admin root 64628 Jun 11 03:35 btmodem
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 admin root 122628 Jun 11 03:35 btobex
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 admin root 122992 Jun 11 03:35 btsdp
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 admin root 140084 Jun 11 03:35 btsrv
    drwxr-xr-x 4 admin root 16384 Jun 11 04:46 kernel
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 admin root 2051 Jun 11 03:35 openobex-config
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 admin root 757 Jun 11 03:35 start_bt
    [admin@xxx bin]$

    Any ideas are welcomed!
    Vegu

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    Quote Originally Posted by vegu
    How can it be that a precompiled binary file cannot be found, even if it is there?
    If the binary location is not in your PATH, this is normal. See
    Code:
    echo $PATH

  4. #34
    Thanks, but PATH already has been set with "start_bt" script like this:

    #!/bin/sh
    export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/mnt/usbfs/affix-release/lib $*
    export PATH=$PATH:/mnt/usbfs/affix-release/bin $*
    ...
    I know that the usb flash drive mounts under /tmp/harddisk and not /mnt/usbfs , but this problem has been solved.
    Vegu

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    afaik LD_LIBRARY_PATH has no effect with Oleg's firmware.
    You've to put your libs in /opt/lib
    Don't know if it will solve the problem but this is a hint.

    JF

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean-Fabrice
    afaik LD_LIBRARY_PATH has no effect with Oleg's firmware.
    You've to put your libs in /opt/lib
    Don't know if it will solve the problem but this is a hint.

    JF
    IIRC, LD_LIBRARY_PATH works, /etc/ld.so.conf does not. But yes, /opt/lib is the right place, which works for sure.

  7. #37
    I think this would be very interesting... but no answer yet?

  8. #38
    I am running the latetst firmware of Oleg from my USB Stick.
    Right know I am taking another shot of getting the Affix bluetooth stack working on my WL500g.

    For know I did the following things:

    1) Copied the affix-release directoy to /tmp/harddisk
    2) Executed the commands:

    # mount -o bind /tmp /mnt
    # ln -s /tmp/harddisk /mnt/usbfs

    Because in the recent Oleg firmwares the directory of the USB disk is changed from /mnt/usbfs to /tmp/harddisk
    After that I made the needed 'incoming' folder on the right place.

    Then I executed the following command to start Bluetooth:

    # /mnt/usbfs/affix-release/bin/start_bt

    And got the following errors while executing this script:

    Using /mnt/usbfs/affix-release/bin/kernel/net/affix/affix.o
    Using /mnt/usbfs/affix-release/bin/kernel/drivers/affix/affix_usb.o
    Using /mnt/usbfs/affix-release/bin/kernel/net/affix/affix_rfcomm.o
    Using /mnt/usbfs/affix-release/bin/kernel/net/affix/affix_pan.o
    /mnt/usbfs/affix-release/bin/start_bt: 9: btctl: not found
    /mnt/usbfs/affix-release/bin/start_bt: 11: btctl: not found
    SIOCGIFFLAGS: No such device
    SIOCGIFFLAGS: No such device
    interface pan0 does not exist!
    /mnt/usbfs/affix-release/bin/start_bt: 18: btsrv: not found
    /mnt/usbfs/affix-release/bin/start_bt: 19: btctl: not found
    /mnt/usbfs/affix-release/bin/start_bt: 20: btctl: not found


    Then I read something that the place of the librarys is not correct to use with affix.
    So I copied the file of the affix-release/lib directory to /opt/lib , then I executed the start_bt script again and got exact the same errors.
    What am I doing wrong here, or am I maybe missing out some stuff?
    Do I maybe have to change the /mnt/usbfs/affix-release/lib directory into /opt/lib in the start_bt file?


    Molski

  9. #39
    Does really nobody know what can be my problem?
    I did a lot of testing and things like that, but unfortunetly my Linux/Unix knowledge is too small to get around this problem.
    I got every working, SSH, Samba, FTP, Webcam and stuff like that, only this Bluetooth stuff is bugging me
    Who can give me a pointer in the right direction?

    Thanks a lot.

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    Question What is the current status?

    Hi everyone!

    Would be interesting to know is there any progress about using BT on WL500g? The most interesting thing would be to make BT devices be able to access WAN. I have USB BT dongle, USB-flash, USB hub, WL500g and PDA – all required hardware and would like to access WAN from my PDA. Maybe I could be useful for doing some tests as well? ;-) I think to have BT support on router would be really great thing, please, everyone, don’t stop working on this case! ;-)

    Greetings,
    Cunami

  11. #41
    hi guys...
    i am new on this forum and i have a wl-500g router... i never modified his firmware other than the official... now what i want to know is if is possible to plug a bluetooth dongle in the wl-500g usb port... and if i really need a usb hub and a flash drive. and if its possible i would like to use gnubox with it.. this program can make me use the pc internet connection on my nokia 6630 via bluetooth.. i will post more information later but here is the link to the tutorial and the forum of gnubox.
    Tutorial (windows) - http://web.singnet.com.sg/~kinston/B...20Internet.htm
    Tutorial (linux) - http://arnold.homelinux.com/tiki-rea...p?articleId=40
    Forum - http://www.symbianos.org/yabbse/index.php?board=2
    byee!
    srry for my bad english

  12. #42
    Hi there, the situation is that currently bluetooth is possible on 1.9.2.7-3c and below.

    I tried a while back to recomplie the blueZ modules to bring it up to date, as described at this thread.

    http://wl500g.info/showthread.php?t=...ighlight=bluez

    I was suggesful to a degree, but I could not get a connection like I could with -3c, I thought it might be a iptables problem or something but I got stuck and no further help arrived, so unless someone with more expertise than me figures it out, or whatever bug/error stopped me is ironed out by now, then you are stuck with old firmware or without bluetooth.

  13. #43
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    Remixme, could you post the files you compiled?

  14. #44
    I have the exact same situation. Here's what the log reads:

    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Affix Bluetooth Protocol Stack loaded
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Copyright (C) 2001, 2002 Nokia Corporation
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Written by Dmitry Kasatkin <dmitry.kasatkin@nokia.com>
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: hcidev_register: Bluetooth device registered, assigned name: loop, devnum: 1
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Affix USB Bluetooth driver loaded (affix_usb)
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Copyright (C) 2001, 2002 Nokia Corporation
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Written by Imre Deak <ext-imre.deak@nokia.com> and
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Dmitry Kasatkin <dmitry.kasatkin@nokia.com>
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: usb.c: registered new driver affix_usb
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address f1112005, epc == c0128230, ra == c0128224
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Oops in fault.c::do_page_fault, line 192:
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: $0 : 00000000 c0128eb4 80b28cdc f1112001 80b28cc8 80b28c80 00000000 f1112001
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: $8 : 00000010 801869a0 c0129098 00000000 c0129040 2abb2240 00000000 c012901f
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: $16: c0126060 80a48400 80b28c80 00000001 80b28cc8 00000000 80b28cf4 80b28d20
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: $24: 00000000 2abf9e50 80dcc000 80dcdd40 c00976a0 c0128224
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Hi : 00000000
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Lo : 00000c00
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: epc : c0128230 Not tainted
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Status: 1000fc03
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Cause : 00000008
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Process insmod (pid: 207, stackpage=80dcc000)
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Stack: 806970ac 80076cd8 80dcc000 80694200 00000000 00030002 c0128f18
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: c0128ed4 809889a0 00000001 c0128f38 00000000 80a48400 00000000 c00976a0
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: c00863a4 801e0f24 00000001 00000000 80030198 80a48428 00000000 c008621c
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: 00000000 80a48400 c0085f14 80978d80 00000009 80eb1000 1002e060 10030f50
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: c0085f98 80dcddc8 00000000 00001b26 80010e64 80b2fb30 0000000b 80b2fa00
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: c0085f14 ...
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Call Trace: [<80076cd8>] [<c0128f18>] [<c0128ed4>] [<c0128f38>] [<c00976a0>]
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: [<c00863a4>] [<80030198>] [<c008621c>] [<c0085f14>] [<c0085f98>] [<80010e64>]
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: [<c0085f14>] [<c0085fd4>] [<800113ec>] [<c0085f14>] [<c0085fd4>] [<800111cc>]
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: [<c00976a8>] [<c0085f14>] [<c00976a8>] [<c00851a8>] [<c0128f18>] [<c0085108>]
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: [<c00943b4>] [<c01287fc>] [<80010fd4>] [<c0128734>] [<c0128ddc>] [<8001259c>]
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: [<c005ec6c>] [<c0126060>] [<c0086bcc>] [<800085a4>]
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel:
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Code: 8e2700e8 afa00010 00e01821 <90620004> 1040003b 00004021 0000c021 00008021 0000f021
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Affix Bluetooth RFCOMM Protocol loaded (affix_rfcomm)
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Copyright (C) 2001, 2002 Nokia Corporation
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Written by Dmitry Kasatkin <dmitry.kasatkin@nokia.com>
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Affix Bluetooth PAN/BNEP protocol loaded (affix_pan)
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Copyright (C) 2001, 2002 Nokia Corporation
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: Written by Muller Ulrich <ulrich.muller@nokia.com>
    Jun 17 06:55:43 kernel: and Dmitry Kasatkin <dmitry.kasatkin@nokia.com>
    Something is not right. Me, I'm a total rookie in linux stuff. I have no idea what to change, where and how..

    thanx in advance for whomever finds the time to post here a hint with dummie clues!

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