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Trouble in connecting 2 Pcs
« on: June 02, 2009, 04:05:04 PM »
First great job on that library, it's really a nice one

I have a problem and I was wondering if my intentions were possible or not.

Here is the problem :
I'm supposed to do a Bluetooth tool of image transfer from a Linux PC (which gonna be an embedded Linux but for now, it's just an Ubuntu PC, I will do the cross-compile later) to a vista PC

For that i have 2 bluetooth keys (Belkin F8T013)

I've put the library on the vista PC and I've launched the BluetoothDiscoveryDemo
I lauch the discovering
It does detect the linux PC
but I have an "Unable connect error 44"
What does it mean?
Where can I see the meaning of the errors number?

Is it possible to do thsi kind of project with your library?
If yes, With which hypothesis?
I'm sorry I'm a beginner in that domain.

I hope I'm understandable

Keep on great work


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Re: Trouble in connecting 2 Pcs
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2009, 04:21:28 PM »
oh btw
I'm using the personal Licence
Would it be rather efficent to use the developer licence and make something on both PCs

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Re: Trouble in connecting 2 Pcs
« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2009, 06:11:23 PM »

error codes:

License: it depends on what you need and how you want to do it. I think if Windows PC will be a client and Unix will be a server then the Lite License is enough.


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