Re: Linux Bluetooth Coexistence documentation in general and forath9k
From: Bastien Nocera
Date: Wed Mar 03 2010 - 20:15:58 EST
On Wed, 2010-03-03 at 16:43 -0800, Luis R. Rodriguez wrote:
> Marcel, a question for you below.
> The question of Bluetooth coexistence pops up here, on IRC and on bug
> reports quite too often so I've stuffed what I could onto a page with
> a few references / code and about ath9k's schemes for BT coexistence,
> feel free to extend or correct:
> I do wonder if this could be useful to network applets like network
Not really. To me, it sounds like a "make it work" button. The kernel
bits of Bluetooth should already have an idea of when a device is
connected, so the kernel should be able to "do the right thing".
Having options over what "the right thing" is is probably a good idea
whilst the kinks are worked out from the default behaviour, but this is
not something that should be advertised to users.
> The other BT coex schemes are BT specific it seems
> and not sure if those devices can expose that information out and
> inform userspace of certain events.
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