Asus bluetooth device - 0x1712
freebsd-bluetooth at herveybayaustralia.com.au
Sun Jun 12 22:13:56 UTC 2011
On 06/12/11 17:30, Iain Hibbert wrote:
> On Sun, 12 Jun 2011, Da Rock wrote:
>> Trying to get this device to work on my laptop (after some time of neglect -
>> I've had no use or time to look into it as yet), but none of the drivers seem
>> to be working. I've even tried the atheros driver by Rusty which doesn't
>> appear to be the same device anyway.
>> Under usbconfig I get:
>> <vendor 0x0b05 product 0x1712, class 224/1, rev 2.00/19.15, addr 2> on usbus5
>> Any ideas?
> class 224/1 is wireless/rf, is there a way to check the device protocol?
> it should be 1 (bluetooth) for the ubt driver to match..
How do I find that out? Isn't it the rev number there? Or do I need to
run a command to find that out? I can't physically look at the device as
its built into the laptop board.
>> Also, what is the state of bluetooth 2.x? Everything I've read has only
>> mentioned 1.1.
> 4.0, 3.0& 2.x spec are all mostly backwards compatible (there are very
> few deprecations) and the FreeBSD stack should continue to work on all
> modern devices, albeit without advanced features..
Ok, I get that people are busy working on other (possibly) more
important things, but what is required to get the advanced features
working? Where can I find out the current status of these projects and
how to help?
I'm currently learning about this technology (I know, late bloomer and
all... :) ) and its various features- which are why I'm looking
carefully at it now for my current needs. Unfortunately its the advanced
features which I really need :( So if I can help advance things I will.
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