I’ve tried finding the driver for Wincomm 220.127.116.11 but to no avail. It seems that Whiteboard does not work with the current wincomm (6.1) stack as the error comes up as “Not supported on winsock” and won’t connect to the Wiimote. I’ve found that it works on Smoothboard but I hate to have to remove and then re-add the Wiimote. I’m slightly disappointed that I can’t use the Whiteboard…
I think you mean the Widcomm driver, not Wincomm. Maybe you searched for the wrong name? The error message “Not supported on winsock” indicates that you’re using the default Windows Bluetooth stack winsock, which does not work with my app.
From the BlueCove documentation:
If automatic Bluetooth Stack detection is not enough Java System property “bluecove.stack” can be used to force desired Stack Initialization. Values “widcomm”, “bluesoleil” or “winsock”. By default winsock is selected if available.
Hence, try starting my app like this (with installed Widcomm stack):
java -Dbluecove.stack=widcomm -jar WiimoteWhiteboard.jar