Adding POSSIBLE_PORTS (Blumax GPS-4043, OSX, Bluetooth)

I am trying to connect a Blumax GPS-4043 to my MacBook using Bluetooth in order to download tracks.

I have managed to get this to work using BT747 but only under the old interface. I did this my editing the bt747_macosX.command file, adding the following lines:


java -Djava.library.path=${ROOT_DIR}/rxtx/ -Dbt747_port="/dev/tty.BlumaxBT-GPS-SPPSlave-1" waba.applet.Applet /w 250 /h 250 /scale 1 /bpp 8 BT747

I have also added the /var/lock file with the following two commands:
sudo mkdir /var/lock

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Problems connecting BT-Q1300S with HP Ipaq travel companion via bluetooth


I got a BT-Q1300s and i want to use BT747 to download the log file because the memory is insufficient to log my entire vacation. I have been unable to establish a connection between my BT747 and the Q1300 using bluetooth. I have the following setup:

HP Travel Companion 5700 (PDA) with
- SuperWaba installed
- BT 747 installed (first i tried version 68.22, now i have 68.7 installed)
- PortSplitterSP

I use the bluetooth function to search for the logger, which appears as: Qstarz GPS: SPP slave

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trouble connecting to M-241 with bluetooth on ubuntu 9.04

I have a Holux M-241, and Ubuntu 9.04 I have set up my rfcomm0 config to connect to the GPS, so I can definatly connect...I think however when I try to connect using /dev/rfcomm4 I get 23984 - Classgps.connection.GPSRxTxPort and nothing else happns.. can you help?

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