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Re: btpand exec at boot time
From: Iain Hibbert <plunky%rya-online.net@localhost>
Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2009 16:51:55 +0000 (GMT)
> On Thu, 26 Mar 2009, KIYOHARA Takashi wrote:
> > I connect to NAP on PlayStation3(Fedora10) with btpand(8).
> > This condition is gooooood!
> > I hope to execute btpand(8) at boot time. I tried with /etc/ifconfig.tap0.
> > However not execute btconfig and bthcid, sdpd yet...
> > How shall I do it?
> > In my opinion, more than early to execute /etc/rc.d/btconfig. The REQUIRE
> > change to NETWORK from DAEMON. And add the sdpd to REQUIRE in
> > /etc/rc.d/network.
> I have no simple method to arrange this at the moment, I use a script for
> up/down. Best place is probably rc.local so far but I have been looking
> into using a routing socket so that btpand can manage the interface more
> actively and I'm hoping to add a 'persistent' mode for a client, so that
> you can initialize the interface and use ifconfig up/down to make or break
> the link, plus some other things relating to the service record.
I execute btpand (and obexapp) in /etc/rc.local. However I see this
Starting local daemons:.
Apr 5 22:02:38 obexapp: obexapp_server(): Could to open local SDP
session. No such file or directory (2)
Record: not found
The btpand can execute with option '-S', if SDP is absent perhaps.
How do you start obexapp? I hope to start sdpd more beforehand.
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