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Old 09-27-2008, 08:38 PM   #1
unique_atul
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unable to open modem rfcomm0


I am using internet connection with GPRS via bluetooth with my Sony Ericsson Z550i mobile.
In starting after configuration, net had been connected successfully with kppp. But now it gives a message "unable to open modem".
I searched for modem file which is /dev/rfcomm0 in my case.
And on restaring bluetooth with command services "/etc/init.d/bluetooth restart" , it gives an error that "rfcomm0: module is already opened and being used". what may be problem for this?
 
  


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