Re: Sony Bluetooth BD Remote Control

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Bastien Nocera wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-10-15 at 14:51 +0200, Jelle de Jong wrote:
> <snip>
>> I have been working hard to get the bluetooth remote working, but
>> without success. I build new non official debian packages of the latest
>> git. I installed them with success. Loaded the new daemon tried to
>> connect with the bluetooth-wizard but it will not pair/connect. With the
>> hidd system is does connect but the situation is exactly the same as
>> with the ordinal report.
>> What commands are needed to get the device working? I would like to be
>> able to use xbindings --key to attach commands/keybindings to the keys.
>> See the attachment for all the steps I did, the new trials are on the
>> end of the documents.
> I mentioned it in the past, I'll mention it again: DO NOT USE HIDD.
> It doesn't have support for the PS3 BD remote. Make sure you have the
> latest git, I fixed the input event generation for the remote yesterday.
> Cheers

I only used the hidd as extra testing after I tried the new way, I
cloned the git this morning and I saw the new commits. Can you see why
it does not want to connect? I attached all the debug log in my previous
mail, please help. (I am on a deadline to get this fully working before
the 20th 5 days remaining)

I only used hidd as extra testig and used /usr/sbin/bluetoothd with
/usr/bin/bluetooth-applet to connect to the remote but it would not
pair, please see the logs, if I can provide more or better information
please tell me how.

I can be contacted on as tuxcrafter, we can work on it
together if wanted.

Kind regards,


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