[gnome-bluetooth] gnome-bt & sdptool conflict
mstuff at read.org.nz
Thu May 1 06:34:36 BST 2008
Bastien Nocera wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-04-30 at 21:21 +1200, Morgan Read wrote:
>> Bastien Nocera wrote:
>>> On Tue, 2008-04-29 at 20:42 +1200, Morgan Read wrote:
>>>> Hi Folks
>>>> Does it make any sense to be able to transfer files between my Moto slvr
>>>> l7 via gnome-bluetooth (nautilus gui) yet get these results from sdptool:
>>> Conflict of what?
>> I figured that gnome-bluetooth nautilus makes use of OPUSH or FTP to
>> browse, so if I'm able to browse why don't these services show up,
>> either by searching for them specifically or just browsing with sdptool?
> Probably because your phone isn't visible, for example.
> sdptool --bdaddr ADDRESS search OPUSH
> should work.
> In any cases, your problem lies with the Bluetooth stack, if browsing
> the phone works. Try mailing the bluez-user mailing-list if the above
> command doesn't work. Note that some phone brands (Nokias) have a
> crippled version of ObexFTP, and another service is actually used for
> those (I know you have a Motorola, just mentioning it for completeness
Thanks for the pointers.
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