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Linux Unwired: Using Bluetooth

This book will teach you the basics of wireless computing, from the reasons why you'd want to go wireless in the first place, to setting up your wireless network or accessing wireless data services on the road. Chapter 7 shows you how to set up a Bluetooth connection on Linux.


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inux Unwired teaches you to install and configure a variety of wireless technologies to fit different scenarios, including an office or home network and for use on the road. You'll also learn how to get Wi-Fi running on a laptop, how to use Linux to create your own access point, and how to deal with cellular networks, Bluetooth, and Infrared.

Chapter 7 discusses Bluetooth basics, hardware, Linux support, installing the BlueZ utilities, basic configuration and operation, graphical applications, and tips and tricks.

Download the PDF of Chapter 7: "Bluetooth"

Reproduced from Unwired Linux by permission of O'Reilly & Associates. ISBN 0-596-00583-0, copyright 2004. All rights reserved.



   
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