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    HFP for Linux Bluetooth Hands Free

    I'm trying to put together support for Bluetooth Hands-Free Profile on Linux. We all know what a mess Bluetooth HFP is on Windows, and the lengths that some will go through to get it to work despite the fragmented infrastructure. Fortunately, on Linux, we are blessed with a single good standard of BlueZ. One would think that it could only be easier to create a good HFP implementation on Linux. I hope to prove that to be the case.

    Recently posted on SourceForge, in the subversion repository:

    http://nohands.sourceforge.net/

    This package aims to support a variety of relevant standards:
    • Bluetooth HFP 1.5, although presently only tested with Motorola handsets
    • ALSA and OSS sound drivers
    • libspeexdsp for noise reduction/echo cancelation
    • D-Bus for environmental integration and external control
    • PyGTK and Qt GUIs


    With luck, this package will make its humble debut as a plugin for tripzero's nGhost 2.1 platform, due to be released within a month.

    Any code/testing/interest is appreciated!

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    hi,

    i get this errors:
    [dinux@advancedit nohands-20081022]$ ./configure --prefix=/usr
    ./configure: line 1817: AM_MAINTAINER_MODE: command not found
    ./configure: line 1819: syntax error near unexpected token `ON'
    ./configure: line 1819: `DX_HTML_FEATURE(ON)'

    do you have any advices?
    I'm using linux in my car? (www.archlinux.org)

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    Wow.. I give all my support, but i'm not a great programmer.. i hope that someone join this project, because I was looking for this feature for so much time...

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    does it auto connect? that'll be a super feature !

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    hi,

    i get this errors:
    [dinux@advancedit nohands-20081022]$ ./configure --prefix=/usr
    ./configure: line 1817: AM_MAINTAINER_MODE: command not found
    ./configure: line 1819: syntax error near unexpected token `ON'
    ./configure: line 1819: `DX_HTML_FEATURE(ON)'

    do you have any advices?
    I'm using linux in my car (www.archlinux.org)

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    hi,



    i get this errors:

    [dinux@advancedit nohands-20081022]$ ./configure --prefix=/usr

    ./configure: line 1817: AM_MAINTAINER_MODE: command not found

    ./configure: line 1819: syntax error near unexpected token `ON'

    ./configure: line 1819: `DX_HTML_FEATURE(ON)'



    do you have any advices?

    I'm using archlinux in my car (www.archlinux.org)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malo View Post
    Wow.. I give all my support, but i'm not a great programmer.. i hope that someone join this project, because I was looking for this feature for so much time...
    Thanks Malo, I hope so too.

    You don't need to be able to program to help. If you can build it on your machine, or even try to build it and tell me why it won't build, this helps. If you can get as far as to test it with your phone, that helps a lot more.

    Quote Originally Posted by Punky View Post
    does it auto connect? that'll be a super feature !
    Hi Punky. What do you mean by auto-connection?

    Auto-connection of _known_ devices, at least, is an implemented feature! It has also been tweaked to work following resume-from-hibernate, so if you leave hfconsole running with the phone attached when hibernating the PC, the phone is automatically re-attached when the PC is powered back on. It's a quick process too.

    One of these days I'll post an action video on YouTube, but as soon as the user interface components are better integrated with nGhost.

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    I'll give it a go building this on my setup (Gentoo AMD64 2.6.27), and report back if it works or not

    **update**

    Compiled fine, but...

    Code:
    ** OpLatency: primary open took 40ms
    Create SCO socket: 93
    Bluetooth Failure, hub shut down
    Create SCO socket: 93
    Bluetooth just refuses to work full stop...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ertnec View Post
    Code:
    ** OpLatency: primary open took 40ms
    Create SCO socket: 93
    Bluetooth Failure, hub shut down
    Create SCO socket: 93
    Bluetooth just refuses to work full stop...
    Hm. Is your kernel built with SCO socket support? Gotta have that for the audio to work.

    The error reporting is a bit lame right now, I'll see about having it make this condition more obvious.


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    Oh this is looking good, linux is finally picking up momentum, and hopefully we'll have a carpc dedicated linux soon. Great job!

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