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Re: Nokia IrLMP support (was gnokii and IrDA)

From: Jean Tourrilhes
Subject: Re: Nokia IrLMP support (was gnokii and IrDA)
Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2002 10:23:37 -0700
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On Sat, Apr 13, 2002 at 05:53:38PM +0200, Pawel Kot wrote:
> Hi Jean,

        Hi again ;-)

> >     The Linux-IrDA stack already support IrLPT, which is IrCOMM
> > 3-wire-raw over IrLPT, which looks like what those phones need. So,
> > you may want to try to connect using /dev/irlpt0 and see what happens.
> OK. I can try it.

        You'' need a way to fudge the IAS. Don't know how to do that.

> >     Another question : are you guys using the standard OpenObex
> > package for exchanging Obex or IrMC objects with the phones, or how
> > are you doing it ?
> Hmm... I'm neither author of this part of the core nor irda expert, so I
> can tell you what I can read from the source. It is done using
> IrDA sockets (AF_IRDA). The follwing code may tell you something:
>                 peer.sir_family = AF_IRDA;
>                 peer.sir_lsap_sel = LSAP_ANY;
>                 peer.sir_addr = daddr;
>                 strcpy(peer.sir_name, "Nokia:PhoNet");

        Pass this question to the relevant person.
        OpenObex is a userspace library that sits on top of IrDA
sockets and format the data within the IrDA socket.

> > P.S. : And plenty of IrDA updates on my web pages, as usual :
> >
> I know this page :-)

        Yes, but it was just updated.

> pkot


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