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After rebooting the system and inserting the module on board it will show that module is detected but does not accept HCI commands. and copy the generated etc and usr folder to rootfs_qtopia_qt4 then we are able to run the hcitool command. In this case use our workaround. */ if (r == -ERANGE) { _sdio_claim_host(func); r = sdio_set_block_size_ignore_first_error(func, blockSize); _sdio_release_host(func); } if (r) { unifi_error(NULL, "Error %d setting block size\n", r); } /* Cross compile it with bluez-hcidump-2.30 with arm-linux-gcc.

embeddedboy 2012-12-25 06:53:51 anyone has any idea how to set up the hci.conf file embeddedboy 2012-12-25 07:29:26 sorry for download link given its not www.bluetooth.org the correct link is http://www.bluez.org/download/ download If the MMC driver before 2.6.37 is not patched, * mmc_power_save_host() and mmc_power_restore_host() are no-ops in the kernel, * returning immediately (at least on x86). */ static int card_is_powered = 1; If unsure, select N. I am able to scan the nearby devices. http://www.csr.com/products/technologies/bluetooth-smart

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after installation completed the command shows that linraries are not found we need to reinstall the libraries by using following command 2078 cd bluez-libs-2.25/ 2079 ./configure --build=i686-pc-linux-gnu --host=arm-linux --includedir=/home/administrator/tiny6410/bluez-rootfs/usr/include/ --libdir=/home/administrator/tiny6410/bluez-rootfs/usr/lib --sysconfdir=/home/administrator/tiny6410/bluez-rootfs/etc with cross compile generate the root file system with name as bluez-rootfs.... The data is retrived from: Linux kernel Linux Kernel Driver DataBase (LKDDb) Automatic links from Google (and ads) Custom Search

Popular queries: Navigation: Linux Kernel Driver DataBase - web LKDDB: main The userspace will still be suspended. * * Arguments: * dev The struct device owned by the MMC driver * * Returns: * None * --------------------------------------------------------------------------- */ static int uf_glue_sdio_resume(struct device

A better solution is to mask the interrupt at * the host controller. * * Arguments: * sdio SDIO context pointer * * Returns: * Zero on success or a UniFi They perform the appropriate operations for the * linux MMC/SDIO driver. * * Arguments: * sdio_drv Pointer to the function driver's SDIO structure. * * Returns: * None. * --------------------------------------------------------------------------- */ FriendlyARM.COMHomeProductsDownloadsForumDevelopmentSales All ForumsNewsGeneralBootloaderLinuxAndroidWinCENo OSHardwareOfftopic CSR USB Bluetooth on linux Forum: Linux Reply | Search | Register | Login embeddedboy 2012-12-07 20:37:48 Hi all, I am new to Linux and Csr Harmony Bluetooth Driver not interrupt context). * * Arguments: * func SDIO context pointer * * Returns: * None. * * Note: Called with host already claimed. * --------------------------------------------------------------------------- */ static void uf_glue_sdio_int_handler(struct sdio_func

by sensing hcitool auth , the tiny 6410 will respond with following error mesage HCI authentication request failed: Connection timed out please suggest if any one have any idea. 2016 cd Csr Bluetooth Driver Windows 10 The userspace will already be suspended. * * Arguments: * dev The struct device owned by the MMC driver * * Returns: * None * --------------------------------------------------------------------------- */ static int uf_glue_sdio_suspend(struct device embeddedboy 2012-12-24 12:13:10 I got some solution, I am able to run the commands and scan the nearby bluetooth devices but not able to connect with bluetooth devices. Cross compile it with bluez-utilis-2.25 with arm-linux-gcc.

what are the process to follow to attach another Bluetooth device with tiny6410. Csr V4.0 Driver Hardware LKDDb Raw data from LKDDb: lkddb module csr_helper CONFIG_CSR_WIFI : drivers/staging/csr/Kconfig : "CSR wireless driver" # in 3.6–3.10 lkddb sdio .. 032a 0007 : CONFIG_CSR_WIFI CONFIG_STAGING I followed following sequence I build the kernel with bluez stack enable all the bluetooth parameter are selected as a kernel module with [*] and with usb hci support. A list is used to * allow multiple card instances to be supported. * * Arguments: * sdio_ctx - CSR SDIO context to associate PM notifier to * * Returns: *

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We should limit the clock * to 25MHz via module parameter. */ printk(KERN_INFO "unifi: request HS but not MMC_CAP_SD_HIGHSPEED"); return 0; } if (!card->cccr.high_speed) return 0; #if 1 ret = csr_io_rw_direct(card, then we need to download the bluez-libs-2.25.tar.gz and bluez-utils-2.25.tar.gz and bluez-hcidump-2.30.tar.gz from www.bluetooth.org Cross compile it with bluez-libs-2.25 with arm-linux-gcc. Csr Bluetooth Driver what will be the problem, how to enable the HCI command. Csr8510 Driver but not able to connect then.

If any idea how to configure pin please suggest me... I am clueless now and kind find the path, please suggest anything if you have any idea.