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Joseph



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Another problem:
I only get 1 signal: 0x00: Off Hook: 0 when start program,
then I don't get any signal although I press any button
Mehmet



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Hi Joseph,
can you elaborate more on what you mean by 'module'? Is it your application or our demo program. Is your Off Hook observation related to 'the program always crashes if this udev configuration not found'? Please provide a detailed description of what steps you are trying to conduct.

thanks
Mehmet
Joseph



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I created a rule like you said above: /etc/udev/rules.d/99-myhid.rules

Then, I can run test program without root permission, but I only get 1 signal
"0x00: Off Hook: 0"
when start testing program,
then no signal appears if I press any button on headset.
Joseph



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When you submit to distros for inclusion in kernel, please keep in mind these distros:
Fedora/Red Hat, openSUSE/SUSE, Debian/Ubuntu

Fedora is leading distro for all Linux, so I suggest that first.
openSUSE is leading distro for SUSE SLED.
Debian is leading distro for Ubuntu.
Mehmet



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Hello Joseph, our patches will be submitted to the Linux kernel and hence will eventually be included in the distros.
thanks.
Joseph



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Hi Mehmet,

We are working to finish this project now.

I checked the Headset API on openSUSE 42.1: No root is required, but I only get offhook signal when I press on Jabra 930 with sdk (https://developer.jabra.com/sdks/).
I cannot get all signals like in the Jabra user guide document (HEADSET MULTI-FUNCTION BUTTON): https://www.jabra.com/~/media/Product%20Documentation/Jabra%20PRO%20900%20Series/User%20Manuals/32-00704_RevG_Jabra%20PRO%20930_Manual_EN.ashx
How can I get all these signals?
Joseph



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I also tried on Jabra 950. Seems like your SDK does not work on the 950. Which headset do you recommend for this?
Mehmet



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Hi Joseph,
can you please let me know which FW version the Pro 9450 is running? Also the type of problem you observe?

Else i think you can try with a Biz 2300 / Evolve 20/30/40 products.

Look forward to hear from you.

Thanks.
Joseph



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Sorry, my mistake, my headsets are 930 and 510
510 firmware: 2.10.0
Adrian



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Hi,

I'm trying to use the Linux SDK to do some actions when the Answer/Reject(off-hook) buttons on a Jabra device are touched.
I have two Jabra devices, a 410 and a 510.
In Windows JabraNativeHidTest works, it shows the raw and translated data, but in Linux it doesn't. Same for hidtest app.

The problem seems to be that Linux applications don't get touch input from the device; they can only command the device - for example activating the ringer.

I'm testing with Ubuntu 14.04.4, read everything in your JabraNativeHid SDK documentation.pdf, and carefully followed every instruction in it.
Another thing to note is that the 410 has firmware version 1.9 while the update tool says the latest is 1.8. Can you explain? The 510 has firmware 2.10.

Can you please confirm that JabraNativeHidTest or hidtest receive input from a 410 or a 510 under Linux?

Do you have any other advises on how to make them work? Are there known problems and workarounds for getting/reading input from Jabra devices under Linux?

Thank you,
Adrian.
Adrian



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Hi Mehmet,

Have you had time to reproduce the scenario that I wrote about?

We are full speed ahead towards a demo for our investors and a fully functioning Jabra HID would be great for us.

Thank your,
Adrian.
Mehmet



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Hi Adrian,
can you please confirm if you have applied the patches included in the SDK for the given Linux Distro? Please also apply the Blacklist patch which remove the blacklisting on Speak 410. The FW difference on Speak 410 i have to follow up with the project team. But i dont think this should influence that much on the outcome.

Look forward to hear from you.
/Mehmet
Joseph



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Mehmet,
I bought Jabra Biz 2300. It works. I can catch signals from the call button and hold button.

By the way, this forum shows oldest message first. It's an annoying method.
Adrian



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Hi Mehmet,

Yes. As I said in my first post I've followed every instruction in JabraNativeHid SDK documentation.pdf

Our 410 and 510 only receive commands from the Linux demo applications included in SDK; they don't send events (e.g. the callbacks in your API are not executed).

Regards,
Adi.
Mehmet



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Thanks Joseph for your input. We are soon transitioning to another site layout - hope thats more intuitive, else we will make the changes on the new page.

@Adrian, i will ask our linux team to investigate this item and return to you with an update.

Thanks
 
 
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