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  1. [2016-09-14 09:37:40] <fbeaufort> QQ: I thought BlueZ was going to deprecate profiles. Is that still the case? I'm asking because I've just noticed a deviceinfo profile update to BlueZ repo.
  2. [2016-09-14 09:38:50] <jhe> fbeaufort: if you're talking about GATT profiles, then yes, I still think the plan is to remove most/all of them by the time we release 6.0
  3. [2016-09-14 09:39:38] <fbeaufort> Thank you! 5.42 is coming. Any rough estimate for 6.0 release?
  4. [2016-09-14 09:41:01] <jhe> fbeaufort: this year, hopefully. The resources to make it happen are spread a bit thin at the moment.
  5. [2016-09-14 09:42:28] <fbeaufort> Do you know what will be 6.0 highlights (DeviceLE and DeviceClassic, GATT profiles deprecation) ?
  6. [2016-09-14 09:43:56] <jhe> fbeaufort: I hope we'll get the D-Bus API additions/cleanups done. The LE vs Classic thing happening depends mostly on sjanc and holtmann
  7. [2016-09-14 09:44:28] <jhe> fbeaufort: another largish thing is bumping the kernel version requirement and ripping out code that was there to work around issues with old kernels
  8. [2016-09-14 09:44:54] <jhe> fbeaufort: i.e. basically reducing the maintenance & support burden
  9. [2016-09-14 09:45:05] <sjanc> jhe: fbeaufort: I hope be able to send patches before ELCE next month,  at least initial RFC with code
  10. [2016-09-14 09:45:11] <ortuno> That's going to be rough for Chrome OS
  11. [2016-09-14 09:45:26] <jhe> ortuno: what will be? Higher kernel version requirement?
  12. [2016-09-14 09:45:29] <ortuno> yeah
  13. [2016-09-14 09:45:30] <jhe> ortuno: what's the current version there?
  14. [2016-09-14 09:45:42] <ortuno> I think it varies per chromebook
  15. [2016-09-14 09:45:56] <jhe> right now 5.x requires >= 3.4 kernel
  16. [2016-09-14 09:46:26] <jhe> the new requirement will likely be a 4.x kernel
  17. [2016-09-14 09:47:36] <jhe> ortuno: so what's the worst case scenario (oldest kernel), and above what version would you say the majority of devices are?
  18. [2016-09-14 09:49:09] <ortuno> I wouldn't know. I'm not on the chrome os team. rkc might now. I'll ask him to chime in.
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  20. [2016-09-14 11:24:42] <vudentz> fbeaufort, deviceinfo is an exception since we do need it for getting some information, for example HoG may use the vendor/product id to load the right kernel driver and we also have the modalias based on that information.
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  22. [2016-09-14 11:29:12] <Diaz> hi
  23. [2016-09-14 11:29:21] <Diaz> when I use bluez-5.41
  24. [2016-09-14 11:29:44] <Diaz> the control command is fail when I try to change volume from bluez 5
  25. [2016-09-14 11:29:52] <Diaz> the control command I use:
  26. [2016-09-14 11:30:35] <Diaz> test
  27. [2016-09-14 11:30:58] <Diaz> dbus-send --system --print-reply --dest=org.bluez /org/bluez/hci0/dev_50_3C_C4_0B_70_E1 org.bluez.MediaControl1.VolumeUp
  28. [2016-09-14 11:31:17] <Diaz> smart phone do not change volume
  29. [2016-09-14 11:31:27] <Diaz> does anyone have idea?
  30. [2016-09-14 11:31:48] <Diaz> the command is OK for Pause
  31. [2016-09-14 11:31:54] <vudentz> Maybe it doesn't support the command, do you have any logs?
  32. [2016-09-14 11:32:00] <Diaz> dbus-send --system --print-reply --dest=org.bluez /org/bluez/hci0/dev_50_3C_C4_0B_70_E1 org.bluez.MediaControl1.Pause
  33. [2016-09-14 11:32:38] <Diaz> bluetoothd[888]: profiles/audio/avctp.c:avctp_passthrough_press() VOLUME UP method return sender=:1.0 -> dest=:1.16 reply_serial=2
  34. [2016-09-14 11:33:42] <vudentz> I suspect the remote doesn't not handle the volume up button then
  35. [2016-09-14 11:34:19] <vudentz> Which might leave with the only option to change the volume on the stream
  36. [2016-09-14 11:34:33] <vudentz> iirc this is what PA does anyway
  37. [2016-09-14 11:36:49] <Diaz> is there any method to send change volume from bluez 5 to smart phone?
  38. [2016-09-14 11:37:43] <vudentz> Diaz, yes, both VolumeUp and Volume should work provided the phone accept it
  39. [2016-09-14 11:39:51] <Diaz> I test several smart phone, but there is no one work with the command
  40. [2016-09-14 11:40:57] <Diaz> is there any method to send notify to smart phone from bluez5 to change volume?
  41. [2016-09-14 11:42:27] <Diaz> is there any other method to send notify to smart phone from bluez5 to change volume?
  42. [2016-09-14 11:43:04] <vudentz> As a sink/render the volume is local, you can notify it using Transport interface but the phone needs to subscribe to volume changes
  43. [2016-09-14 11:44:58] <Diaz> do you have idea about "phone needs to subscribe to volume change"?
  44. [2016-09-14 11:45:50] <vudentz> Yes it needs to send RegisterNotification for VolumeChanged event
  45. [2016-09-14 11:46:14] <vudentz> iOS used to do this by default
  46. [2016-09-14 11:46:31] <Diaz> do you mean:phone has to send RegisterNotification for VolumeChanged event?
  47. [2016-09-14 11:46:54] <vudentz> yes
  48. [2016-09-14 11:46:55] <fbeaufort> Thanks vudentz for the answer! Get it now.
  49. [2016-09-14 11:47:01] <Diaz> how to enable the function in addroid phone?
  50. [2016-09-14 11:47:07] <fbeaufort> QQ: Would you mind chime in https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=624763#c4?
  51. [2016-09-14 11:47:10] <Diaz> in default
  52. [2016-09-14 11:48:08] <vudentz> Diaz, buy a iphone, Android does not support AVRCP 1.4 as far I know
  53. [2016-09-14 11:48:55] <Diaz> so, it is no way for Android phone?
  54. [2016-09-14 11:49:01] <vudentz> Diaz, it probably can only send volume up and down which is not absolute volume
  55. [2016-09-14 11:49:45] <Diaz> Android phone can send vol up or vol down/
  56. [2016-09-14 11:49:56] <Diaz> Android phone can send vol up or vol down?
  57. [2016-09-14 11:53:11] <vudentz> Diaz, apparently not even that I can do in my Android 6.0
  58. [2016-09-14 11:56:09] <vudentz> It seems to be changing the volume on the stream
  59. [2016-09-14 12:47:25] <Diaz> Hmmm,
  60. [2016-09-14 12:48:24] <Diaz> when smartphone adjust volume via button, it can work since I can hear the output has different vol
  61. [2016-09-14 12:49:02] <Diaz> but I woule like to support adjust volume via bluez 5 not smartphone
  62. [2016-09-14 12:49:33] <Diaz> when bluez5 get the vol change event from user,
  63. [2016-09-14 12:50:15] <Diaz> then bluez 5 send notify to smartphone to change vol either change vol of stream or adjust vol bar
  64. [2016-09-14 12:55:14] <vudentz> Diaz, with PA this is adjusted directly in the stream
  65. [2016-09-14 12:56:06] <vudentz> Diaz, what it seems to be missing in Android is a way to synchronize the volume in both ends.
  66. [2016-09-14 12:56:46] <vudentz> Diaz, I guess they thought to do it using Absolute Volume control but they never got it done.
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  70. [2016-09-14 16:36:06] <IIIdefconIII> what was the correct make command to enable plugins?
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  73. [2016-09-14 19:53:48] <vudentz> IIIdefconIII, what help do you need?
  74. [2016-09-14 19:55:47] <IIIdefconIII> Hi vudentz, thanks for taking youre time
  75. [2016-09-14 19:55:59] <IIIdefconIII> i need my logitech harmony to connect with bluetooth :(
  76. [2016-09-14 19:56:48] <IIIdefconIII> i created this guide here, http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=239190   but it seems that fakehid isnt there anymore in later bluez, lots of people wanted to upgrade their ubuntu but then it breaks the bluetooth
  77. [2016-09-14 19:57:37] <IIIdefconIII> i am able to connect it to bluez, dmesg reports Bluetooth: Unknown key (scancode 0xff) pressed.
  78. [2016-09-14 19:57:37] <IIIdefconIII> but only for two softkeys on the internal display -> not the hardbuttons on the remote
  79. [2016-09-14 19:59:09] <vudentz> IIIdefconIII, I think this might take some time to have it supported, does the kernel have a driver for it?
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  82. [2016-09-14 20:00:27] <vudentz> IIIdefconIII, if Im not mistaken most of the PS3 has been pushed to the kernel side thus why we don't have to play tricks in BlueZ anymore
  83. [2016-09-14 20:01:13] <IIIdefconIII> vudentz, that are thing i dont know, neither know how to check i need some help with it
  84. [2016-09-14 20:01:36] <IIIdefconIII> if someone could just dive into my configuration and make it work xD, i can write an awesome new guide and help out alot others
  85. [2016-09-14 20:02:13] <IIIdefconIII> im not that guy that just asks, but im trying this for 2 weeks now almost fulltime hours, i just cant figure it out
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  87. [2016-09-14 20:03:16] <vudentz> IIIdefconIII, have you look into this: https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2316258
  88. [2016-09-14 20:03:19] <IIIdefconIII> i already tried to inject the hardware and verndor id into sixasix.c in the plugins folder
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  90. [2016-09-14 20:04:17] <IIIdefconIII> i guess i can try this piece of software
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  93. [2016-09-14 20:08:50] <IIIdefconIII> nope this is just for firmware upgraden
  94. [2016-09-14 20:09:00] <IIIdefconIII> so back to off xD
  95. [2016-09-14 20:16:08] <IIIdefconIII> vudentz, this is the reason im trying to talk in the dev channel, im not sure if users can help me
  96. [2016-09-14 20:18:07] <vudentz> IIIdefconIII, well the only devs that could help immediately would be logitech engineers otherwise we would have to reverse engineer what is going on.
  97. [2016-09-14 20:18:25] <IIIdefconIII> well, it worked perfectly with the old bluez
  98. [2016-09-14 20:18:40] <vudentz> IIIdefconIII, from what you said it looks like you are able to connect, but all the rest doesn't work
  99. [2016-09-14 20:18:47] <IIIdefconIII> indeed
  100. [2016-09-14 20:18:56] <IIIdefconIII> the remote does connect, did you take a look at that *
  101. [2016-09-14 20:19:00] <IIIdefconIII> diff file?
  102. [2016-09-14 20:19:09] <IIIdefconIII> i think that is the key
  103. [2016-09-14 20:19:24] <vudentz> IIIdefconIII, nope, I don't think I will have time to help into USB
  104. [2016-09-14 20:19:55] <vudentz> Well HID actually since it is probably the reports that are not being handled properly
  105. [2016-09-14 20:20:21] <IIIdefconIII> i have no idea what youre talking about to be honest
  106. [2016-09-14 20:20:59] <IIIdefconIII> i just dont wanne stuck at ubuntu 14, i know its still supported, for now... but still its already to old and need security updates
  107. [2016-09-14 20:22:49] <vudentz> I can't help much more for now, you can try checking with the author of that changes if they have anything more up to date
  108. [2016-09-14 20:23:01] <IIIdefconIII> i did, no response
  109. [2016-09-14 20:23:41] <vudentz> For PS3 it was already quite an effort to have it supported properly
  110. [2016-09-14 20:44:30] <IIIdefconIII> well i think it got everything to do with this file. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/89032099/XBMC/bluez_ps3remote_4.91.diff
  111. [2016-09-14 20:49:47] <sjanc> IIIdefconIII: I tihnk I already explained to you that sixaxis plugin is *only* about assisiating devices via USB
  112. [2016-09-14 20:50:42] <sjanc> IIIdefconIII: so harmony should be handled by driver in kernel
  113. [2016-09-14 20:50:47] <sjanc> I'd first check with recent kernel
  114. [2016-09-14 21:11:30] <sjanc> IIIdefconIII: btw it looks like harmony is supported in kernel since 2013
  115. [2016-09-14 21:14:23] <sjanc> https://git.kernel.org/cgit/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git/commit/?id=5844c1cdb630b537a2ecdf74dab2985e51dc1bd9
  116. [2016-09-14 21:23:32] <IIIdefconIII> hi sjanc, yes the harmony does connect, but thats all, only 2 softburrons are reconised by dmesg
  117. [2016-09-14 21:23:36] <IIIdefconIII> all hardware buttons are not
  118. [2016-09-14 21:27:49] <sjanc> IIIdefconIII: I's ask on linux-input mailing list but first try with recent kernel
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  121. [2016-09-14 22:34:32] <IIIdefconIII> sjanc, that adapter, i have no ideau how to connect it on the htpc, i see no usb, + the remote always worked without this adapter
  122. [2016-09-14 22:35:04] <IIIdefconIII> aha offrouse its bluetooth
  123. [2016-09-14 22:47:49] <Substring> still with your remote and no fakehid.c ? ;)
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  130. [2016-09-15 01:42:41] <IIIdefconIII> hi sjanc, how can i use the recent kernel, what do you mean?
  131. [2016-09-15 01:43:25] <IIIdefconIII> ok i just cleaned install ubuntu, again, it indeed connect oob with bluetoothhcl, but just regonize all hardwarematic buttons as the same 0xff
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  133. [2016-09-15 02:40:31] <IIIdefconIII> mm i proberly will buy the harmony adapter for ps3, cause i have read that its compatibble
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  153. [2016-09-15 13:02:39] <vudentz> fbeaufort, Im trying to use your eddystone app: https://beaufortfrancois.github.io/sandbox/web-bluetooth/eddystone-url-config/index.html, but it doesn't seems to recognize by beacon: http://ix.io/1n72
  154. [2016-09-15 13:02:57] <vudentz> fbeaufort, is the UUID different?
  155. [2016-09-15 13:04:28] <vudentz> Hmm, the UUID seems reversed
  156. [2016-09-15 13:28:49] <fbeaufort> Let me see
  157. [2016-09-15 13:29:38] <fbeaufort> This is not the UUID I'm using.
  158. [2016-09-15 13:29:47] <fbeaufort> See https://beaufortfrancois.github.io/sandbox/web-bluetooth/eddystone-url-config/app.js
  159. [2016-09-15 13:30:05] <fbeaufort> It should be a3c87500-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295
  160. [2016-09-15 13:30:18] <vudentz> < HCI Command: LE Set Advertising Data (0x08|0x0008) plen 32                            14:25:21.032851
  161. [2016-09-15 13:30:18] <vudentz>         Length: 21
  162. [2016-09-15 13:30:18] <vudentz>         Flags: 0x06
  163. [2016-09-15 13:30:18] <vudentz>           LE General Discoverable Mode
  164. [2016-09-15 13:30:19] <vudentz>           BR/EDR Not Supported
  165. [2016-09-15 13:30:20] <vudentz>         128-bit Service UUIDs (complete): 1 entry
  166. [2016-09-15 13:30:22] <vudentz>           Eddystone Configuration Service (a3c87500-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295)
  167. [2016-09-15 13:30:31] <vudentz> Still doesn't work
  168. [2016-09-15 13:31:24] <fbeaufort> It should... https://github.com/beaufortfrancois/sandbox/blob/gh-pages/web-bluetooth/eddystone-url-config/app.js#L86
  169. [2016-09-15 13:31:37] <fbeaufort> Hmmm... which version of Chrome do you use?
  170. [2016-09-15 13:32:03] <vudentz> Version 55.0.2859.0 dev (64-bit)
  171. [2016-09-15 13:32:24] <vudentz> The heart rate demo works like a charm
  172. [2016-09-15 13:37:40] <vudentz> > HCI Event: LE Meta Event (0x3e) plen 33                                                13:57:35.619341
  173. [2016-09-15 13:37:40] <vudentz>       LE Advertising Report (0x02)
  174. [2016-09-15 13:37:40] <vudentz>         Num reports: 1
  175. [2016-09-15 13:37:40] <vudentz>         Event type: Connectable undirected - ADV_IND (0x00)
  176. [2016-09-15 13:37:41] <vudentz>         Address type: Public (0x00)
  177. [2016-09-15 13:37:42] <vudentz>         Address: 00:1B:DC:07:31:88 (Vencer Co., Ltd.)
  178. [2016-09-15 13:37:44] <vudentz>         Data length: 21
  179. [2016-09-15 13:37:46] <vudentz>         Flags: 0x06
  180. [2016-09-15 13:37:47] <vudentz>           LE General Discoverable Mode
  181. [2016-09-15 13:37:49] <vudentz>           BR/EDR Not Supported
  182. [2016-09-15 13:37:51] <vudentz>         128-bit Service UUIDs (complete): 1 entry
  183. [2016-09-15 13:37:53] <vudentz>           95e2ebeb-1ba0-398a-df4b-d38e0075c8a3
  184. [2016-09-15 13:37:55] <vudentz>         RSSI: -30 dBm (0xe2)
  185. [2016-09-15 13:38:25] <vudentz> Weird, it is like the data is reversed
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  187. [2016-09-15 13:39:17] <IIIdefconIII> can anyone verify if the logitech harmony ps3 hub works oob?
  188. [2016-09-15 13:39:30] <fbeaufort> ... it is weird
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  191. [2016-09-15 13:45:54] <vudentz> fbeaufort, sorry, it was actually the old report
  192. [2016-09-15 13:45:59] <vudentz> the new one seems fine:
  193. [2016-09-15 13:46:00] <vudentz> > HCI Event: LE Meta Event (0x3e) plen 33                                                14:45:19.175214
  194. [2016-09-15 13:46:00] <vudentz>       LE Advertising Report (0x02)
  195. [2016-09-15 13:46:00] <vudentz>         Num reports: 1
  196. [2016-09-15 13:46:00] <vudentz>         Event type: Connectable undirected - ADV_IND (0x00)
  197. [2016-09-15 13:46:03] <vudentz>         Address type: Public (0x00)
  198. [2016-09-15 13:46:05] <vudentz>         Address: 00:1B:DC:07:31:88 (Vencer Co., Ltd.)
  199. [2016-09-15 13:46:07] <vudentz>         Data length: 21
  200. [2016-09-15 13:46:09] <vudentz>         Flags: 0x06
  201. [2016-09-15 13:46:11] <vudentz>           LE General Discoverable Mode
  202. [2016-09-15 13:46:13] <vudentz>           BR/EDR Not Supported
  203. [2016-09-15 13:46:15] <vudentz>         128-bit Service UUIDs (complete): 1 entry
  204. [2016-09-15 13:46:17] <vudentz>           Eddystone Configuration Service (a3c87500-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295)
  205. [2016-09-15 13:46:19] <vudentz>         RSSI: -33 dBm (0xdf)
  206. [2016-09-15 13:46:49] <vudentz> fbeaufort, still cannot find it using your app
  207. [2016-09-15 13:49:36] <fbeaufort> Can you actually see this beacon in bluetooth chooser from https://googlechrome.github.io/samples/web-bluetooth/discover-services-and-characteristics.html?optionalServices=a3c87500-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295
  208. [2016-09-15 13:49:38] <fbeaufort> ?
  209. [2016-09-15 13:49:45] <vudentz> fbeaufort, with bluetoothctl everything seems fine: https://paste.fedoraproject.org/428328/94016414/
  210. [2016-09-15 13:50:11] <fbeaufort> What is the advertising interval?
  211. [2016-09-15 13:50:55] <vudentz> Requesting any Bluetooth Device...
  212. [2016-09-15 13:50:55] <vudentz> > Name:             Zephyr Eddystone
  213. [2016-09-15 13:50:55] <vudentz> > Allowed Services: a3c87500-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295
  214. [2016-09-15 13:50:55] <vudentz> Connecting to GATT Server...
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  216. [2016-09-15 13:50:55] <vudentz> Getting Services...
  217. [2016-09-15 13:50:56] <vudentz> Getting Characteristics...
  218. [2016-09-15 13:50:58] <vudentz> > Service: a3c87500-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295
  219. [2016-09-15 13:50:59] <vudentz> >> Characteristic: a3c87501-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295 [READ]
  220. [2016-09-15 13:51:03] <vudentz> >> Characteristic: a3c87502-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295 [READ, WRITE]
  221. [2016-09-15 13:51:05] <vudentz> >> Characteristic: a3c87503-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295 [READ]
  222. [2016-09-15 13:51:07] <vudentz> >> Characteristic: a3c87504-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295 [READ, WRITE]
  223. [2016-09-15 13:51:09] <vudentz> >> Characteristic: a3c87505-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295 [READ, WRITE]
  224. [2016-09-15 13:51:11] <vudentz> >> Characteristic: a3c87506-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295 [READ, WRITE]
  225. [2016-09-15 13:51:13] <vudentz> >> Characteristic: a3c87507-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295 [READ, WRITE]
  226. [2016-09-15 13:51:15] <vudentz> >> Characteristic: a3c87508-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295 [READ]
  227. [2016-09-15 13:51:17] <vudentz> >> Characteristic: a3c87509-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295 [READ]
  228. [2016-09-15 13:51:19] <vudentz> >> Characteristic: a3c8750a-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295 [READ, WRITE]
  229. [2016-09-15 13:52:31] <sp0_0n> Hi. Please can anyone help me understand the difference between  EVT_EXTENDED_INQUIRY_RESULT and EVT_INQUIRY_RESULT_WITH_RSSI events?
  230. [2016-09-15 13:53:10] <fbeaufort> SO what is the error you get exactly from https://beaufortfrancois.github.io/sandbox/web-bluetooth/eddystone-url-config/index.html
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  235. [2016-09-15 13:53:32] <vudentz> fbeaufort, it doesn't show the device in the dialog
  236. [2016-09-15 13:53:50] <fbeaufort> BUT you can see it from https://googlechrome.github.io/samples/web-bluetooth/discover-services-and-characteristics.html?optionalServices=a3c87500-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295
  237. [2016-09-15 13:54:05] <vudentz> yep
  238. [2016-09-15 13:54:53] <fbeaufort> This means "somehow", Chrome/BlueZ doesn't see this device advertising ES-Config UUID. And I'm not sure why...
  239. [2016-09-15 13:55:03] <fbeaufort> Which version of BlueZ do you use?
  240. [2016-09-15 13:55:16] <vudentz> fbeaufort, wait now it show after I have connected to with the other application
  241. [2016-09-15 13:55:36] <fbeaufort> I can't reproduce with patched version of BlueZ 5.39: https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromiumos/third_party/bluez/+log/chromeos-5.39
  242. [2016-09-15 13:55:36] <vudentz> but I get an error saying characteristic not found or something
  243. [2016-09-15 13:56:22] <fbeaufort> It shows because it is "connected" but not advertising.
  244. [2016-09-15 13:59:32] <vudentz> Weird, even if I removed it still can't find the characteristic
  245. [2016-09-15 14:00:28] <vudentz> But there are all there in https://googlechrome.github.io/samples/web-bluetooth/discover-services-and-characteristics.html?optionalServices=a3c87500-8ed3-4bdf-8a39-a01bebede295
  246. [2016-09-15 14:00:55] <vudentz> fbeaufort, so what characteristics you are looking for?
  247. [2016-09-15 14:02:03] <fbeaufort> These ones: https://github.com/beaufortfrancois/sandbox/blob/gh-pages/web-bluetooth/eddystone-url-config/app.js#L29-L40
  248. [2016-09-15 14:02:11] <fbeaufort> Did you create all of them?
  249. [2016-09-15 14:02:39] <fbeaufort> ADVANCED_FACTORY_RESET_CHARACTERISTIC_UUID and ADVANCED_REMAIN_CONNECTABLE_CHARACTERISTIC_UUID are missing
  250. [2016-09-15 14:02:52] <vudentz> Are they mandatory?
  251. [2016-09-15 14:03:14] <vudentz> I had the impression they were not mandatory
  252. [2016-09-15 14:03:56] <fbeaufort> I didn't see any optional/mandatory indications in https://github.com/google/eddystone/tree/master/configuration-service so I just assumed they all would be present.
  253. [2016-09-15 14:04:04] <fbeaufort> It is just MY interpretation there.
  254. [2016-09-15 14:05:38] <vudentz> So you are looking for all of those, I see
  255. [2016-09-15 14:06:07] <vudentz> Funny that it doesn't even show in the scan for some time and now it seems to be always there
  256. [2016-09-15 14:06:16] <vudentz> brb
  257. [2016-09-15 14:08:52] <fbeaufort> And you can see the signal strength indicator updated in the chooser as well?
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  260. [2016-09-15 14:19:29] <fbeaufort> vudentz, whenever you have time: https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=624763#c4
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  293. [2016-09-15 23:24:46] <IIIdefconIII> dammit, i just bought the ps3 adapter for logitech, and its only for the old models, please help me with my harmony remote guys
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  300. [2016-09-15 23:52:12] <IIIdefconIII> OMG!!! I GOT IT WORKING!
  301. [2016-09-15 23:55:39] <IIIdefconIII> i just added the remote as HID keyboard, and it works oob!
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  383. [2016-09-18 07:36:09] <Guest64902> hey there
  384. [2016-09-18 07:36:48] <Guest64902> I am encountering some problems in implementing the Bluetooth technology in my programs
  385. [2016-09-18 07:36:53] <Guest64902> is it the right channel?
  386. [2016-09-18 07:37:47] <Guest64902> the thing is
  387. [2016-09-18 07:37:56] <Guest64902> when using bluetooth libs in python
  388. [2016-09-18 07:37:59] <Guest64902> it works fine
  389. [2016-09-18 07:38:06] <Guest64902> scans devices, reports them
  390. [2016-09-18 07:38:22] <Guest64902> but when I do that in C, it doesn't get the device
  391. [2016-09-18 07:38:30] <Guest64902> even if it is right there
  392. [2016-09-18 07:38:33] <Guest64902> in front of it
  393. [2016-09-18 07:41:01] <Guest64902> anyone?
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  440. [2016-09-19 10:40:29] <fbeaufort> vudentz @luiz If I understand correctly registering services with GattProfile1 would mean that bluetoothd would auto connect to any devices matching the profile. That seems undesirable. It's a shame BlueZ doesn't do reference counting for connections (both Android and macOS do)... -> https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=630586#c19
  441. [2016-09-19 10:58:32] <vudentz> fbeaufort, well if you want to do passive scanning what else would you do? It works for reconnecting devices that have been connected before, so it is not every single device with the UUID
  442. [2016-09-19 10:59:03] <fbeaufort> I was simply forwarding ortuno's concern there ;)
  443. [2016-09-19 10:59:28] <fbeaufort> Sorry for the confusion
  444. [2016-09-19 11:03:56] <fbeaufort> Please feel free to share your concern at https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=630586#c19
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  449. [2016-09-19 11:31:01] <fbeaufort> Thanks vudentz! How did your Eddystone Beacon worked by the way?
  450. [2016-09-19 11:32:15] <vudentz> fbeaufort, Ive managed to get it a bit further but still no luck setting the URL, etc. The fields are highlighted in red for some reason
  451. [2016-09-19 11:33:11] <fbeaufort> What is the error you're seeing? Please let me know if I can help there.
  452. [2016-09-19 11:33:44] <vudentz> fbeaufort, I will retry it in a moment and let you know
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  476. [2016-09-19 21:02:20] <TimothyB> What documentation is there for BlueZ? I was not able to find it on bluez.org.
  477. [2016-09-19 21:34:08] <sjanc> TimothyB: dbus apis are described in doc/
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  481. [2016-09-19 22:37:36] <remote> do bluetooth microphones work with bluez?
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  493. [2016-09-20 02:26:02] <ortuno> vudentz: We don't really want passive scanning, we just want reference counted connections. On android if you call disconnect from one app and another app is connected the disconnection doesn't happen, same on macOS. It would be nice if BlueZ had a way to reference count connections.
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  495. [2016-09-20 07:53:56] <fbeaufort> Recording of the Web Bluetooth Community Group meeting at TPAC September 2016 is now available: https://plus.google.com/+FrancoisBeaufort/posts/Fi6xRUaJMvd Please leave some notes if you have any feedback
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  498. [2016-09-20 08:53:45] <fbeaufort> vudentz, when is the ETA for 5.42? I wonder if we should use it for our quaterly based updated revision in Chrome OS.
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  500. [2016-09-20 09:53:22] <vudentz> fbeaufort, I guess we are waiting some updates in the kernel, we can probably discuss more about that with Marcel.
  501. [2016-09-20 09:54:01] <fbeaufort> Are we thinking days or weeks?
  502. [2016-09-20 09:57:48] <vudentz> ortuno, we can add reference support but it probably won't be changing Device1.Connect/Disconnect as that would probably break the connection management.
  503. [2016-09-20 09:58:31] <vudentz> fbeaufort, I guess we need a few days, but it probably depend more on the kernel side than userspace
  504. [2016-09-20 09:58:57] <ortuno> I'm OK with that! The todo that armansito left said that there would be a new method for it anyway :)
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