using FSO to controll secondary phone?
frederik.sdun at googlemail.com
Tue Jan 19 09:25:30 CET 2010
if you want to remote control your freerunner over dbus you can use gabriel
 which is a dbus proxy over ssh.
if you want to forward you serial connection over tcp you can use a
forwarder written by alphaone .
I think if you want to expose you modem over a bluetooth connection, some
extra work is required.
2010/1/18 <joakim at verona.se>
> Paul Fertser <fercerpav at gmail.com> writes:
> > Frederik Sdun <frederik.sdun at googlemail.com> writes:
> >> * joakim at verona.se <joakim at verona.se> [17.01.2010 07:45]:
> >>> Would it be possible to attach a secondary phone over BT to the
> >>> Freerunner and controll it with FSO, the same way as the inbuilt phone
> >>> device?
> >> I think over bluetooth is not possible. But if you can establish a
> >> network connection you can use gabriel[1[, which should be in the SHR
> >> since yesterday.
> > Why not bluetooth? Many cellphones expose AT interface over bluetooth,
> > with rfcomm channel created one can start another instance of ogsmd to
> > treat it like a single-line modem.
> I had in mind that the secondary phone(s) should be as dumb as possible,
> so I dont think establishing network connections to the secondary
> devices would be desirable. That would imply a smartphone-level device.
> The rfcomm+ogsmd aproach thus seems more palatable.
> Does anyone have any recomendations for a simple reliable phone that
> would be remote controlable this way?
> Joakim Verona
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