Linux Unwired: Using Bluetooth

Linux Unwired: Using Bluetooth

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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