Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. When I try to use simple-agent, the gobject-introspection is really painful, as its Makefile doesn’t support cross-compile. My installed version of bluez is 4. Select “Shared to other computers” on the “IPv4 Settings” tab. Tho command lines for the dhcpd daemon should be:.

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As far as I know it is not included with any BlueZ packages, but I could be wrong on that. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free.

What you need to do is create a pincodes file in this folder. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. So I guess I’m looking for an equivalent, but for Bluez 4. Uncomment the line “net. I’ll keep investigating and let everyone know if I have any more to add to this.

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Find More Posts by jwaters Can hcdi else not be configured as well? Find More Posts by Hangdog A very basic Netfilter setupassuming that eth1 connects to the Internet, and eth0 connects to the local network.


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See full activity log. You hcic currently viewing LQ as a guest. Privacy policy About eLinux. XX is the bdaddr of the device you want to pair and the is your pairing code. I hadn’t seen anything on that before, something else to look into though XX is the bdaddr of hhcid bluetooth device which you can find from hciconfig hci0 -a Inside this folder are many files, I’ve not fully explored what each does if they do anything, some do not.

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Last edited by jhaagsma; at I apologize in advance to replying to a post that is over 2 years old, but this thread is still one of the top Google searches for the topic, and after struggling for a few days, I managed to cobble a solution together. Feel free to email me with any questions, I’ve been working on an embedded system for the last 20 months that makes heavy use of bluetooth.

If you’d hckd to contribute content, let us know. I haven’t really seen any documentation on dbus calls for stuff like that; any ideas on what that would entail?


On the same page I’ve found some good starts on how to reconfigure my system. Add tags Tag help.

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You also must have hcid running to make use of this. I’m sorry, you’re completely right about Bluez4 not using hcid. I disabled SSP on the Linux device. Look for the passkey directive and change it to what you would like.

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It isn’t a big deal to pull it from hcjd source tree though. Tho command lines for the dhcpd daemon should be:. HiAnybody got solution?

I find no way to pairing phone to computer. Have you tried echoing to your passkey file? In an effort to use a pin, I found a guide which advises using bluetooth-agent followed by a pin http: Originally Posted by jhaagsma. But there is no hcid deamon and hcid.