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    Any one that has gotten theirs to work can you post your option code?

    I have tried all the allotted options but non of them pick up my mic.

    (and maybe how you landed at that choice, but i know, thats probably asking too much)

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    Hi guys, anyone using hfpd with perl ?

    I'm quite new to using dbus and I can happily connect to hfpd but thus far I can't seem to get any inquiry results back!

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    HFConsole

    I just discover HFConsole. How could I miss this thread?
    Works great with Nokia 6300, Ubuntu Netbook Remix, Linux eee 2.6.31-15-generic
    Great work sam.

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    So it looks like I've hit a critical issue with this, the plan is to use hfpd on a headless (framebuffer) system without x, control via webpage/javascript in owb, but alas, hfpd is setup to use auto-launch in dbus with needs x11, I can't find any way to disable this behaviour, am i screwed ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiggyMan View Post
    So it looks like I've hit a critical issue with this, the plan is to use hfpd on a headless (framebuffer) system without x, control via webpage/javascript in owb, but alas, hfpd is setup to use auto-launch in dbus with needs x11, I can't find any way to disable this behaviour, am i screwed ?
    change it from the session bus to the system bus in the codes. You may have to write a dbus config to allow stuff to connect to it.
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    No other way than changing the code, I was hoping there would be an option to do so, I'm a perl guy not a C guy which means no hands free for me

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    Of course on closer inspection I find that I somehow overlooked the "-y" flag

    One step closer

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    Hello guys,

    First, more importantly
    I would like to see recording support but I don't know how to enable this in the code although it is there in the libhpf API, net.sf.nohands.hfpd.SoundIo.SetSnoopFile.

    Second, how do I add support to jackd via libjack to the code. Mind you I don't know any programming languages
    Any help would be appreciated.

    hfpd, great piece of software

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiggyMan View Post
    What file do I edit to add that?
    Where do I start?

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