Commit c611d2cd authored by Marcel Holtmann's avatar Marcel Holtmann Committed by Linus Torvalds
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[PATCH] USB: Delete leftovers from bluetty driver



This patch deletes the bluetooth.txt help file of the bluetty driver and
hands over its major device nodes for character devices to the RFCOMM TTY
implementation of the Bluetooth subsystem.
Signed-off-by: default avatarMarcel Holtmann <marcel@holtmann.org>
Signed-off-by: default avatarGreg Kroah-Hartman <gregkh@suse.de>
Signed-off-by: default avatarLinus Torvalds <torvalds@osdl.org>
parent d4ece29d
......@@ -2903,14 +2903,14 @@ Your cooperation is appreciated.
196 = /dev/dvb/adapter3/video0 first video decoder of fourth card
216 char USB BlueTooth devices
0 = /dev/ttyUB0 First USB BlueTooth device
1 = /dev/ttyUB1 Second USB BlueTooth device
216 char Bluetooth RFCOMM TTY devices
0 = /dev/rfcomm0 First Bluetooth RFCOMM TTY device
1 = /dev/rfcomm1 Second Bluetooth RFCOMM TTY device
...
217 char USB BlueTooth devices (alternate devices)
0 = /dev/cuub0 Callout device for ttyUB0
1 = /dev/cuub1 Callout device for ttyUB1
217 char Bluetooth RFCOMM TTY devices (alternate devices)
0 = /dev/curf0 Callout device for rfcomm0
1 = /dev/curf1 Callout device for rfcomm1
...
218 char The Logical Company bus Unibus/Qbus adapters
......
INTRODUCTION
The USB Bluetooth driver supports any USB Bluetooth device.
It currently works well with the Linux USB Bluetooth stack from Axis
(available at http://developer.axis.com/software/bluetooth/ ) and
has been rumored to work with other Linux USB Bluetooth stacks.
CONFIGURATION
Currently the driver can handle up to 256 different USB Bluetooth
devices at once.
If you are not using devfs:
The major number that the driver uses is 216 so to use the driver,
create the following nodes:
mknod /dev/ttyUB0 c 216 0
mknod /dev/ttyUB1 c 216 1
mknod /dev/ttyUB2 c 216 2
mknod /dev/ttyUB3 c 216 3
.
.
.
mknod /dev/ttyUB254 c 216 254
mknod /dev/ttyUB255 c 216 255
If you are using devfs:
The devices supported by this driver will show up as
/dev/usb/ttub/{0,1,...}
When the device is connected and recognized by the driver, the driver
will print to the system log, which node the device has been bound to.
CONTACT:
If anyone has any problems using this driver, please contact me, or
join the Linux-USB mailing list (information on joining the mailing
list, as well as a link to its searchable archive is at
http://www.linux-usb.org/ )
Greg Kroah-Hartman
greg@kroah.com
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