On Wed 20 Apr 2005 04:20, Brian Foster wrote:
> | What chip does the dongle have [ ... ]
> | I think only CSR chips work "out of the box" under bluez.
>> yes, it's a Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR).
> BTW, I've _not_ heard/read before the claim only
> CSR works out-of-the-box. you could be correct,
> but I know of no confirmation of this?
I think you will find remarks along those lines
on the bluez mailing list
from Marcel Holtmann, the main bluez man (now).
I think you have to run a preliminary program, bluefw,
with virtually all other chips.
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