To Use DBus or libusb (Beginner Question)
christopher at bnmintl.com
Wed Sep 3 13:40:05 PDT 2008
> On Wed, 2008-09-03 at 12:26 -0400, Christopher Moore wrote:
>> Hey everyone,
>> I'm new to this whole dbus/libusb programming in general, but let me
>> explain what I'm trying to do:
>> I have a Linksys Cit200 phone that is detected by the kernel as an audio
>> and hid device. What I'm trying to do is to get the phone to talk to
>> another application (in this case skype). The only problem is no sound
>> plays through it's speaker nor is any audio recorded via the mic. I'm
>> sure if I have to send an "activation" to the device somehow or what...
> I bet you it just needs to be picked up as a hid device by HAL and the
> right permissions have to be set. Also look at the alsa mixer to make
> sure your volumes are set correctly. You can ask on the HAL list on
> debugging your device to make sure HAL is picking it up correctly.
Thanks. I'll check that out. I know at least in the usbview program, it
shows the interface as an hid device. I'll try running skype as root to
double-check that it's not a user-permission problem, like you mentioned.
I know at least on the windows side, it's detected as a "composite device"
and there's just a piece of software (from linksys) that makes it
communicate (and actually work) with skype.
> John (J5) Palmieri <johnp at redhat.com>
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