On 3/6/07, Maksim Yevmenkin <maks...@gmail.com> wrote:
I would like to keep my kernel at a minimum, and thus I'd like to know
which parts of it should be built in order for bluetooth to work.
ng_ubt(4) - driver for usb bluetooth devices
ng_bluetooth(4) - generic code
ng_hci(4) - bluetooth host controller interface (hci)
ng_l2cap(4) - bluetooth link layer control and adaptation protocol (l2cap)
ng_btsocket(4) - bluetooth sockets/rfcomm
They're all included by the /sys/modules/netgraph/bluetooth's Makefile.
all of this of course depends on netgraph(4) framework
I have this one, too.
So, do you see any difference in building those parts by including the
relevant OPTIONS in the kernel config file, versus simply make'ing and
make install'ing in their subdirectories?
At this point, my configuration seems to be ok. Do you see any other problems?
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