We are trying to run multiple bluetooth headset devices on one linux machine(Suse distro, but with no success. Signal/headsets start to interfere between each other. We are presently looking for a solution to this problem.
The purpose of this is to make possible for few users to connect to a linux terminal server via terminals and use bluetooth headsets which have their bluetooth transmitters plugged in the terminal linux server. The headsets shall be used for Skype and any other voice applications.
If these application could detect that there is different devices connected to the server and assign different device for each user, this would solve our problem.
We are trying to implement such a solution, because terminal stations do not support voice under linux. So we try to cut the part with voice through network and have wireless connection directly to the server insted.
If anybody has a different solution to this problem, we are open for a bargain.
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Linux, Suse distro, Debian distro