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Old 02-10-2005, 04:09 AM   #1
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Failed to connect to SDP server ...Function not implemented


I've got some problems with Bluetooth on Fedora Core 2. I've installed many packaged, including obexftp, obex, obex-apps, obextool and ussp-push. However I can't get file transfer to work ANY way, through rfcomm/ussp-push or obex.

Thinking it was a windows problem (one of my destinations is another windows PC) I installed all the packages on another linux PC, and now I think the trouble is SDP is not working on them/. My error on sdptool browse or seach is along the lines of the following:

[root@lab103-106 bluetooth]# sdptool browse
Inquiring ...
Failed to connect to SDP server on 00:10:60:A7:8D:A0: Function not implemented

I can l2ping my phone, but not the other linux machine (in either direction)

Can anyone help please? I've been with this for weeks and weeks!

Old 02-12-2005, 08:28 AM   #2
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it's only PRETENDING to ping my phone. This is what i get:

[root@lab103-106 l2send]# l2ping 00:E0:03:32:A0:0D
Ping: 00:E0:03:32:A0:0D from 00:0B:0D:33:CE:93 (data size 20) ...
0 bytes from 00:E0:03:32:A0:0D id 200 time 47.72ms
0 bytes from 00:E0:03:32:A0:0D id 201 time 7.32ms
0 bytes from 00:E0:03:32:A0:0D id 202 time 7.37ms
0 bytes from 00:E0:03:32:A0:0D id 203 time 7.43ms
4 sent, 4 received, 0% loss

Is there some setting other than those in /etc/bluetooth/* that I should fix?
Old 03-24-2006, 10:03 AM   #3
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Hi Triona,

This is very old post. But, I have similar issue here. So, I am expecting that I will get some solution from you. I am able to query services available with Windows PC or a mobile using sdptool browse. But when I try to query another Linux PC I get result "Function not implemented".

Following I have done to setup Bluetooth on both the systems:
1) I downloaded all BlueZ packages
2) Built and installed whatever I could
3) run hcid and sdpd
4) Insert dongle ofcourse
5) added SP service using sdptool add SP
6) I am able to see the same using sdptool browse local
7) I am able to see configuration using hciconfig -a
8) I set class as hciconfig hci0 class 0x120104

I am and do not know whatelse is missing. Could you please help me on this?

Thanks and regards,


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