[gnome-bluetooth] can't connect to serial port
edd at usefulinc.com
Thu Jan 27 11:07:20 PST 2005
No idea except to suggest that libgsm doesn't like to speak to your
Bastien is working on a patch to make the phonemanager use gnokii rather
than libgsm, so when we land that you may have much better luck.
On Thu, 2005-01-27 at 14:23 +0000, Nikola Pizurica wrote:
> I'm running Ubuntu Hoary, and have Nokia 6310 with serial cable.
> Gnokii works without problem, but so far gnome-phone-manager can't make
> This is output:
> ubuntu:~# gnome-phone-manager
> ** Message: New connection device is /dev/ttyS0
> ** Message: Connecting...
> ** Message: Status 1
> ** Message: Making serial port connection
> [ERROR]: timeout when reading from TA (errno: 22/Invalid argument)
> ** Message: Status 4
> ** Message: Connected error occurred.
> ** (gnome-phone-manager:10491): WARNING **: Unable to connect to device /
> ** Message: Failed connection to device on /dev/ttyS0
> ** Message: Exiting connect thread
> Anyone has any idea what's going on? i'm using right serial port value
> (com1 /dev/ttyS0) since gnokii is setup same way and it works.
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