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Re: btsco(4) on -current
Jared D. McNeill wrote:
Hey folks --
I picked up a USB bluetooth adapter and headset, and I'm trying to get
it to work on -current. ubt attaches:
Unfortunately, audiorecord records silence, and attempting to play an
mp3 to /dev/sound1 results in silence as well. Doing eg. 'mpg123 -v'
shows that the audio device isn't stalled. Has anybody had any luck with
this stuff lately, or am I missing something obvious?
I just got around to playing with the ubt(4) I've had plugged into my
Netra T1 for a few months the other night, and I've had just about the
same experience with recording... however, playback works now and then.
Actually, recording doesn't even get silence, the output file is just
32 bytes long (I presume that's just the AU header; man how soon we
forget these things ;)).
About one out of 3 or 4 attempts at playback attempts actually produces
sound, but that sound comes ~ 20 seconds+ after the 'audioplay'
invocation. The rest seem to fail with 'audioplay: audio drain ioctl
failed: Resource temporarily unavailable'.
My 'bthset' instance will also occasionally die with a 'Connection lost'
message. It's easy to restart, but kinda annoying when it does lose the
connection.. this might be related to fact that I've got other devices
which are paired to the headset in the vicinity and they might grab the
Config is the same as yours (hw.ubt0.config=2 & scomtu=48); my headset
connects on channel 1. My headset is a Plantronics Voyager 510
(PLT-510), which has worked with a bunch of other PCs / handhelds /
phones without any problems, and the USB dongle is a TrendNet TBW-101UB
(which worked fine with the headset when connected to a WinXP machine).
This is all with 4.99.64 from ~ 5/28 on sparc64.
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