Handsfree in/out for bluetooth and Linux

Brad Midgley bmidgley at gmail.com
Sun Feb 25 02:26:13 CET 2007


There is an asterisk plugin so you can use your computer with the phone to
place and receive voice calls.

btsco won't ever be integrated into the kernel. There is not a good reason
to do this stuff in kernel space.

We have a libalsa plugin (see "plugz") that doesn't require a kernel driver
and represents some progress in the right direction. We may have to finish
some of the goals in our list of future work in order to have something that
works cleanly on openmoko... see http://wiki.bluez.org/wiki/Audio


On 2/24/07, Gustavo Sverzut Barbieri <barbieri at gmail.com> wrote:
> Guys,
> I'm trying to find how to get Linux interoperate with bluetooth
> phones, both to connect to headsets (useful for openmoko) and
> telephones connect to linux and use it as headset (maybe useful for
> openmoko).
> The first case, connecting to headsets, can be done using btsco, not
> that easy, not yet integrated into kernel/bluez tree.
> No ideas on how to proceed with the last case.
> Are you openmoko guys working with these cases?
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