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Lucio Crusca | 8 Oct 09:47 2007

obexftp and multiple BT adapters

Hello *,

I'm trying to use opexftp to transfer files in parallel using several 
bluetooth usb adapters, in order to serve a high number of devices 
simultaneously. However, while hcitool does have an option to specify which 
adapter to use, obexftp seems to lack such an option. Do you think it's a big 
amount of work for me to add it? (please keep in mind that I'm not an obexftp 
developer although I do know some C/C++).

Thanks in advance,
Lucio.

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Manuel Naranjo | 8 Oct 12:57 2007
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Re: obexftp and multiple BT adapters

I have all ready done it, and it's included in the latest versions

 -b, --bluetooth [<device>]  use or search a bluetooth device
 [ -B, --channel <number> ]  use this bluetooth channel when connecting
 [ -d, --hci <no/address> ]  use source device with this address or number

btw hcitool was made for developers only, you should use the dbus
interface instead.

2007/10/8, Lucio Crusca <lucio <at> sulweb.org>:
> Hello *,
>
> I'm trying to use opexftp to transfer files in parallel using several
> bluetooth usb adapters, in order to serve a high number of devices
> simultaneously. However, while hcitool does have an option to specify which
> adapter to use, obexftp seems to lack such an option. Do you think it's a big
> amount of work for me to add it? (please keep in mind that I'm not an obexftp
> developer although I do know some C/C++).
>
> Thanks in advance,
> Lucio.
>
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> via Isonzo, 5   10069 - Villar Perosa
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Frederic Danis | 10 Oct 18:09 2007

OBEX_EV_REQDONE mode problem in cvs version

Hello,

I already wrote an Obex client/server program using OpenOBEX that works 
fine with latest stable version (1.3).
I downloaded latest cvs version, and my program is no more able to send 
data.
In client mode, after connection request it receives an OBEX_EV_REQDONE 
with mode set to OBEX_MODE_SERVER while I am waiting for 
OBEX_MODE_CLIENT (as previously and in obex_event() function of 
apps/obex_test.c).
I wrote a little patch that fixes this (my program is able to send data 
with it).

Is it OK ?

Regards

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Christian W. Zuckschwerdt | 10 Oct 18:58 2007

Re: OBEX_EV_REQDONE mode problem in cvs version

Hi Frederic,

Marcel modified the behaviour on 2006-08-28 to be more consistent.

See: "Reset the state before calling the event callback "
http://dev.zuckschwerdt.org/openobex/changeset/258/trunk/lib/obex_client.c

and "Make sure self->state is correct before calling obex_deliver_event()"
http://dev.zuckschwerdt.org/openobex/changeset/262/trunk/lib/obex_client.c

Your patch looks good, if the "old" behaviour is intended. Can you look
through the above changes and compare them to what you expect?

regards,
Christian

Frederic Danis schrieb:
> In client mode, after connection request it receives an
> OBEX_EV_REQDONE with mode set to OBEX_MODE_SERVER while I am waiting
> for OBEX_MODE_CLIENT (as previously and in obex_event() function of
> apps/obex_test.c).

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Frederic Danis | 11 Oct 11:13 2007

Re: OBEX_EV_REQDONE mode problem in cvs version

Hello Christian,

I understand the change for parse or link error events but it sounds strange to me for request done event, as I
think that a request done is linked to client or 
server mode.

For example in the obex_test sample.
In client mode, after each OBEX request a call to syncwait() (in apps/obext_test_client.c) is made to wait
for request done event.
This event is dispatched in obex_event() (in apps/obex_test.c) based on mode parameter (set by
obex_deliver_event() (in lib/obexmain.c) based on state value).
For client, it should call client_done() (in apps/obext_test_client.c) to break the loop in syncwait().
But with the new behavior, request done event is always dispatched to server side function server_done()
and client loop in syncwait() does not stop.

For me there are 2 alternatives:
- the sample application should be updated, as with new behavior it will not unblock the OBEX_HandleInput loop
- or something like my patch should be applied to the library.

Regards

Fred

Christian W. Zuckschwerdt wrote:
> Hi Frederic,
> 
> Marcel modified the behaviour on 2006-08-28 to be more consistent.
> 
> See: "Reset the state before calling the event callback "
> http://dev.zuckschwerdt.org/openobex/changeset/258/trunk/lib/obex_client.c
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christiaan simons | 13 Oct 20:11 2007
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Siemens MC60 + USB + OpenBSD

Hi,

Does anyone tried/tested the Siemens MC60 with
openobex over USB?

It doesn't work for me... A long time ago (2 years?, I
really can't remember), before I knew about this
openobex project, I ported the slink tool from the
siefs package to my OpenBSD box. I didn't bother to
port the fs bit, and didn't bother to release the
changes upstream.

This tool did work more or less then, with some
tweaking and resetting after each upload. But lost the
slink tool in the many system upgrades I did. It must
be somewhere in my backups...

Then a few months I found the openobex + openftp
packages in the OpenBSD tree, and tried those, without
luck.

Then read something about S45 compatibility, requiring
a recent version, so then I grabbed the following
sources:

openobex-1.3
(minor build fixes needed in lib/usbobex.h and .c,
probably an issue with locating
/usr/local/include/usb.h
and some strcpy's really need to be strncpy)
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Christian W. Zuckschwerdt | 13 Oct 21:32 2007

Re: Siemens MC60 + USB + OpenBSD

Hi,

basicly it should work. You are referring to baud rate (which is
auto-detected in the BFB code and 19200 is the default) but also write
about USB. What is your exact setup, if you use USB the cable type is
important (I know of three different cables -- active and passive
TTY<->USB and pure USB).

The S45 support is the origin of obexftp and the bfb lib. More recent
phones don't require the intricate bfb mode anymore.

regards,
Christian

christiaan simons schrieb:
> Does anyone tried/tested the Siemens MC60 with
> openobex over USB?
> I found the openobex + openftp
> packages in the OpenBSD tree, and tried those, without
> luck.
>
> Then read something about S45 compatibility, requiring
> a recent version, so then I grabbed the following
> sources:
>
> openobex-1.3
> (minor build fixes needed in lib/usbobex.h and .c,
> probably an issue with locating
> /usr/local/include/usb.h
> and some strcpy's really need to be strncpy)
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Hendrik Sattler | 14 Oct 03:00 2007
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Re: Siemens MC60 + USB + OpenBSD

Am Samstag 13 Oktober 2007 schrieb Christian W. Zuckschwerdt:
> Hi,
>
> basicly it should work. You are referring to baud rate (which is
> auto-detected in the BFB code and 19200 is the default) but also write
> about USB. What is your exact setup, if you use USB the cable type is
> important (I know of three different cables -- active and passive
> TTY<->USB and pure USB).
>
> The S45 support is the origin of obexftp and the bfb lib. More recent
> phones don't require the intricate bfb mode anymore.

The MC60 has the *55 hardware base and thus requires BFB.
There are three cables, the pure serial one (DCA-500), the USB-to-serial one 
(DCA-510) and a pure USB one (DCA-540). For >= S65, all three types should 
work (with some known problems, see Wiki).
However, for the MC60, the DCA-540 will not work, only the DCA-510.
(that is all noted in the Wiki).

The baudrate is auto-detected by the phones since S45 with firmware revision 
>=21 but BFB add additional restrictions (like being at 19200 when entering 
BFB mode)
Last time I checked with my S55, old BFB mode did not work well, don't 
remember exactly what was wrong. For the newer phone, the Plain OBEX mode 
works, though.
I may take a look at it if there is a need for it.

HS

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