|How To Connect To Bluetooth Device from Linux Terminal||Search for a title, author or keyword|
How To Connect To Bluetooth Device from Linux Terminal
In this article we’ll discuss how you can control a Bluetooth device from a Linux terminal – Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora and Arch based distributions. In this guide, we’ll use BlueZ which provides support for the core Bluetooth layers and protocols. The Bluetooth wireless technology is a worldwide specification for a small-form factor, low-cost radio solution that provides links between mobile computers, mobile phones, other portable handheld devices, and connectivity to the Internet. Install BlueZ packages by using any of the following commands that matches your Linux distribution:
sudo apt-get install bluez sudo apt-get install bluetooth sudo apt-get install bluez-tools sudo apt-get install rfkill
Thie package bluez-tools provides the:
utility. You need to add your account to the lp group if you wish to connect to a bluetooth tether.
|How To Connect To Bluetooth Device from Linux Terminal||Disclaimer: this link points to content provided by other sites.|