[gnome-bluetooth] Server register error! (Bluetooth) (-94)

Edd Dumbill edd at usefulinc.com
Sun Sep 7 17:56:11 BST 2003

On Sat, 2003-09-06 at 21:23, MobileUserX Olivier wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm using Mandrake 9.2 Cooker. I installed gnome-bluetooth and like 
> somebody else on this list, it only partially works.
> I can scan devices and see all the available services with 
> gnome-server-admin.
> I can establish a dial up connection with kpp.
> I can use rfcomm conn to temporarely establish a connection.
> My P800 is paired with my laptop.
> But...
> There is no way to make the obex server work.
> I get this message in my console :
> OBEX Object Push service registered
> Server register error! (Bluetooth) (-94)
> I get a little triangle on my taskbar, I can see the about dialog and 
> quit.
> If I try to use nautilus, I just get a "Unable to make a Bluetooth 
> connection"

Sounds like you either don't have rfcomm support in your kernel, or the
rfcomm module isn't loading properly.  What kernel do you have?  You
need 2.4.21 or better, or an earlier version with the -mh patches.

> If I try to use the console (gnome-obex-send), I get a :
> **Message: Sending to [BTADD]
> **Message: Attempting to connect on channel 4
> /dev/dsp: No such file or directory
> Any idea why the connection needs /dev/dsp???

This will be something to do with the GNOME dialog wanting to play a
sound, nothing to do with my code directly.

-- Edd

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