#12489 BLOC 4-softw: Bluetooth needs to be factory-testable

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#12489: Bluetooth needs to be factory-testable
           Reporter:  dsd                  |       Owner:  wmb at laptop.org
               Type:  defect               |      Status:  new           
           Priority:  blocker              |   Milestone:  4-software    
          Component:  ofw - open firmware  |     Version:  not specified 
         Resolution:                       |    Keywords:                
        Next_action:  test in build        |    Verified:  0             
Deployment_affected:                       |   Blockedby:                
           Blocking:                       |  

Comment(by wmb at firmworks.com):

 Replying to [comment:10 greenfeld]:
 > I briefly checked q7b17ma with two SKU 295 XO-4 units.
 >  * "test /bluetooth" does not show any output on success, but does on
 failure (making it UNIX-style).

 Yes, that is the usual behavior for OFW selftests that do not require
 interactive help from a human.

 >  * An Android-based phone & tablet can see the OLPC-XO Bluetooth node,
 but neither could pair with it (likely expected).

 Expected; the "server" is special purpose for this test, and does not
 support connection establishment, only scanning for inquiries.

 >  * The server does not appear to be stopped when a key is pressed to
 stop scan-bt.  Subsequent "test /bluetooth" commands on the other XO-4
 continue to work until the server XO-4 is told to do something to get the
 card out of the server state (a reboot, "test /bluetooth", and "test
 /wlan" all seem to be ways to do this).

 Fixed by http://dev.laptop.org/~wmb/q7b17mb.rom

 >  * It does seem possible to mix "test /bluetooth" and "test /wlan"
 commands without rebooting the XO-4 under test.

 Oh, Happy Day!

Ticket URL: <http://dev.laptop.org/ticket/12489#comment:11>
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