Originally Posted by bond_ruet
i have all the setting for bluetooth ok. my pin is 1234 in pin file of my system. when executing wvdial or pppd call gp command, mobile ask for passcode. although i m giving 1234 it's showing pairing failed.
in terminal it's showing
unable to open /dev/rfcomm0 : connection refused
at first there was no file /dev/rfcomm0 and later i created one and named it rfcomm0
can anybody help me to fix the bug
Spell out your words, please, and this isn't
You say "i have all the setting for bluetooth ok". Obviously not, since you're not pairing with your phone. You don't say what version/distro of Linux you're using, or what desktop environment, or what hardware, but try using Blueman or another bluetooth utility, and get your pairing fixed first. After that, the man pages on rfcomm and hcitool would be of help to you.
Manually creating the rfcomm0 device is not a good idea...that's created when the channel bonding takes place. Since you're doing it manually, either the mknod process is going to fail, or it's creating another rfcomm device, which wvdial isn't finding.
Give us some details about what you're running, and we can try to help.