On Fri, 6 Feb 2009 22:53:34 +0100 Carlos Lorenzo Matés firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
El Viernes, 6 de Febrero de 2009, Vladimir Botka escribió:
On Fri, 6 Feb 2009 07:38:03 +0100
Carlos Lorenzo Matés email@example.com wrote:
Hi to All.
I had setup my Bluetooth Headsets (Neovoice) using the howto found in the opensuse.org wiki
I'm using opensuse 11.1 (up to date)
The headsets are paired and working.
I can talk and hear myself in the headset, so seems to work fine.
But I'm unable to use with applications like Teamspeak because they expect a device like /dev/dsp or similar.
thank you for the feedback. Unfortunately the microphone is not supported yet. If you put profile "auto" into the .asoundrc you get
As of the PulseAudio (PA). The 0.9.12 version does not provide you with microphone support either, even if you succeed to set it up. The PA receives/sends the sound via module-alsa-source/module-alsa-sink from/to alsa again. wait for the PA 0.9.13. There will be PA native bluetooth support.
yes, I used this url to setup my headsets, but later i modified to try to get the pacl commands to work.
I also tried installing pulseaudio 0.9.14 from the gnome factory repos, but not to avail
Do you know if it will be possible to make any kind of link from a /dev/ entry to the btheadset to make the headset visible to any application?
You can install pulseaudio 0.9.14 from the GNOME:Factory repository . First download the file GNOME:Factory.repo from  and then as a root add the repo "$ zypper ar GNOME:Factory.repo" . You should be able to install the 0.9.14 then. If you have any kind of problem, tell me. I would like to help you. I am going to install and test this version too.
No link helps to make the bluetooth (BT) headset visible to application. The BT sound devices do not create /dev/ entries on their own. At present the BT sound devices in openSUSE communicate with ALSA soundsystem only. Thus you can use BT headset with applications which support the output configuration to specific alsa device (specified in ~/.asoundrc) . If your application does not allow this kind of configuration you can also try to set the default alsa device to your BT headset too. This will help of course only if this application sends the output to alsa.
 http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/GNOME:/Factory/openSUSE_11.1/  http://wiki.bluez.org/wiki/HOWTO/AudioDevices#SupportedPlayers