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Bluetooth stack porting - anyone interested?
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Is there anyone out there interested to collaborate on creating a Bluetooth stack for AmigaOS (modelled on the USB stack architectures in terms of plugin device classes), probably porting BlueZ as the core as writing a Bluetooth stack from first principles is a LOT of work.

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Re: Bluetooth stack porting - anyone interested?
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@NinjaCyborg

If it were ported/created, what hardware would be used?

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Re: Bluetooth stack porting - anyone interested?
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@Steady

Those little USB dongles

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Re: Bluetooth stack porting - anyone interested?
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@NinjaCyborg


Maybe good idea to start with Arduino project, or something, just see if you can write your own driver for your own, «Nano Board ATmega328P», can be good practice board.

Once you know you can do USB.

Next will be to find out how the Bluetooth stack is connected.

You need to take it apart and put back together.
you don’t wont compile as one large binary blob.

Etch driver should be .library or .device at end of the day.

Also you need to replace or wrap the alien OS code.

You need to identify what is missing, replace or remove if possible.

However there is often some license fee, for using Bluetooth maybe. It can be good idea check if that’s the case.

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Re: Bluetooth stack porting - anyone interested?
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Hi no it's OK I was part of Symbian Bluetooth team. So I know what to do. I'm looking for collaborators that's all.

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