/usr/bin/rfcomm and the rfcomm kernel module need /dev/rfcomm to be useful,
but these don't get created automatically. They are supposed to look like this:
crw-r--r-- 1 root root 216, 0 Apr 12 08:52 /dev/rfcomm0
crw-r--r-- 1 root root 216, 1 Apr 12 08:52 /dev/rfcomm1
Created attachment 93968 [details]
create rfcomm devices
This patch is necessary for the bluetooth packages to operate properly, please
Reassigning to Fedora Core
These are still not created in FC2 final. Also, I think bug 101075 is
a duplicate of this one.
*** Bug 101075 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
The kernel, lanana and thus fhs/lsb say its "/dev/ttyUB*". That
implies either there is a serious disconnect upstream (please resolve
upstream) or the bluetooth packages are the ones to correct
"/dev/ttyUB*" are from the now defunct Axis Bluetooth stack, not the
currently used BlueZ stack.