OpenSUSE Wireless :: Where To Put PIN For Bluetooth Devices Pairing Using Just Command Line?

Aug 17, 2010

In openSUSE 11.3 where can I put PIN for bluetooth devices pairing using just command line?

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OpenSUSE Wireless :: In 11.3 Where Can Put PIN For Bluetooth Devices Pairing Using Just Command Line

Oct 24, 2009

in openSUSE 11.3 where can I put PIN for bluetooth devices pairing using just command line?

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OpenSUSE Wireless :: Bluetooth Phones Not Pairing Up Correctly?

May 27, 2010

The PIN validation screen is giving me some trouble. I am trying to pair an LG Rumor Touch and the PIN pops up and matches and the phone is happy to accept the pairing so when I click the PIN matches button on the Bluetooth Remote Device Wizard it will not close. It shows a spinny clocky but just sits there until I cancel. The device manager shows a greyed out light but it lists the device. The tray icon shows device, but gives No supported services found on the menu entry. Dolphin shows device but when I click it to browse it loads to an empty folder. The Device Wizard behaves this way for other phones also, but I was able to get some services running if I ignored it and let it sit there. If I canceled the process it messed up the services.

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CentOS 5 Hardware :: (Nokia 6086) - Pairing Bluetooth Devices

May 14, 2009

pairing bluetooth devices on Centos? I'm trying to pair a phone (Nokia 6086) with a bluetooth dongle. I've been able to do it on Ubuntu (using the bluetooth applet), but so far no luck connecting it to a Centos machine. Steps I have taken so far:

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Ubuntu Networking :: Pairing Bluetooth Device Without Pairing Code?

Nov 8, 2010

I have a simple Bluetooth device I would like to pair with my computer. I detect it in the BlueTooth New Device Setup (from the GNOME pannel), detected as "Unknown", I enter its pairing code (1234) and click on "forward". But then it asks me to enter a code on the BlueTooth device... I don't have anything to enter any code on this device. I would like to simply connect to it! From other OS, I manage to connect to the device as it's not asking to write any pair code in the bluetooth device. The PIN code 1234 is enough to make the connection.

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Slackware :: How To Pairing Bluetooth Device

Aug 6, 2010

I'm struggling for pairing my laptop with my phone to dial up internet. On slack 13 I configured hcid.conf but on the new 13.1 with the new demon bluetoothd I don't know how to pair on command line.Documentation is not a lot, or I'm not able to find it.

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Ubuntu Networking :: Turn Off Wireless And Bluetooth Devices?

Jun 16, 2011

I have a HCL K21 PDC notebook . In windows there is an driver called wconsole.exe or wireless console which help me turn on and off both blutooth and wlan device but in ubuntu these devices are not turned off. I also tried to to use the device buttons but it get activated automatically (but not in windows).

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General :: How To Setup These Devices; Wireless, Cam, Bluetooth And Fingerprint

Apr 9, 2010

I use backtrack 4, but I do not know how to set up my wireless, cam, bluetooth and fingerprint ? my laptop is dell xps m1330

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Ubuntu :: Bluetooth Headset Pairing Succesful, But Can't Use It?

Jan 18, 2011

I have a bluetooth headset that I hope I can get to work with Ubuntu 10.10 so that I can use it with Skype.I am using these instructions to get it to work. However, there are some differences between my experience and what I expect from the instructions, ultimately leading to some errors.First, I should mention that according to Blueman device manager, it would seem I have successfully paired my device. It has a MAC address. I have attached a screen shot of the interface:It sure looks like the device is recognized by my system. However, when I get to step 5, the MAC address of the one device I see is not the same as the one in the interface above:

Code:
$ hcitool scan
Scanning ...

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Ubuntu :: 10.10 Bluetooth Keyboard Auto-Pairing?

Feb 24, 2010

I've got a Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Keyboard 7000 that worked fine under Ubuntu 9. The GUI discovers my mouse fine, and also appears to connect to the keyboard, but the keyboard does not type when paired through the GUI. When I pair using hidd (either --search or --connect), the keyboard pairs and works fine, however when I cycle power on the keyboard, it will not auto-reconnect, and I get the following error message associated with it (see attached image):

Grant access to '00001124-0000-1000-8000-00805f9b34fb'Device 'Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Keyboard 7000' (00:12:5A:A1:5A:8D) wants access to the service '00001124-0000-1000-8000-00805f9b34fb'. If i grant access, it does nothing, and will simply request it again when a key is typed. how to make the bluetooth service automatically pair (either through config files, or better yet, through the GUI?)

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Programming :: Automating Bluetooth Device Pairing

Aug 11, 2009

I am developing an application which communicates with a bluetooth device.I do not want the user to pair or unpair the device using the Bluetooth applet or command line, but I want to automate the pairing process through my application. The application will scan and find the bluetooth devices in the proximity of the computer, and automatically pair the required device without any user input.Where should I look for the relevant APIs?

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Slackware :: 13.1 - Unable To Configure Bluetooth / Pairing Fails

Jun 23, 2010

I can't configure Bluetooth in Slackware 13.1. It basically works. I can scan my mobile phone:
Code:
$ hcitool scan
Scanning ...
BA:BE:DE:AD:AB:ED Nokia 6300

But when I try other commands, mobile phone asks me about passcode. Because I don't know it pairing fails:
Code:
$ gammu 6300 --identify
Error opening device. Unknown, busy or no permissions.

On the other hand when I try to pair computer using mobile phone it doesn't find any device.
Code:
Pair new device
Searching for devices
No devices found

In Slackware 13.0 to configure Bluetooth it was enough to edit /etc/bluetooth/hcid.conf file. In Slackware 13.1 there is no such file. I tried to use blueman but it offers first and foremost a lot of error messages. In despair I even started KDE and tried Bluetooth Manager. It attempts to run for a dozen or so of second and finally fails. I did full installation of Slackware 13.1 and I use generic SMP kernel.

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Debian Hardware :: Microsoft Designer Bluetooth Mouse System Hang When Pairing

Aug 1, 2015

Just picked up a Microsoft Designer Bluetooth Mouse.Whenever I try to pair it, my system hangs and I have to hard power it down. The mouse is Bluetooth 4.0, but my Bluetooth connectivity is provided by my Intel Wireless 3160 card which does support Bluetooth 4.0.I'm using Blueman as a front end, and one other thing of note is that it shows as "Unknown" after a scan.If I need to return it, I need to return it, but it seems like a good mouse and I'd like to keep it if I can make it work.

I've took this out of syslog:
Code: Select allAug  1 14:58:04 Noah-LEMUR kernel: [  317.772054] BUG: unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at 0000000000000398
Aug  1 14:58:04 Noah-LEMUR kernel: [  317.772090] IP: [<ffffffff81569f7e>] mutex_lock+0xe/0x30
Aug  1 14:58:04 Noah-LEMUR kernel: [  317.772113] PGD 0
Aug  1 14:58:04 Noah-LEMUR kernel: [  317.772123] Oops: 0002 [#1] SMP

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OpenSUSE :: Bluetooth Does Not Detect Devices

Mar 7, 2011

I bought a new notebook HP Presario CQ56 with Linux openSUSE 11.0 Everything works and the Bluetooth device is ON. Also the one in my cellphone. But the one in the PC does not detect any device and ergo cannot configure it.Got Bluetooth Applet 1.8 installed.In #suse and #bluez IRC chats couldn't give me a hand =/

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Fedora :: Reautomount USB Devices From Command Line?

Mar 12, 2011

My USB ports are not easily accessible from where I use my PC, Sometimes, I eject or unmount some USB device, only to realize that I forgot to copy or delete some file. I don't want to get up, go to the CPU, unplug and replug the USB device, go back to my sit. I don't want to execute some boring mounting command as root just to mount this particular device. What I want is a fast command that just rescan my USB ports and mount everything where it should be, as if I have make the effort of standing up and unplugin and repluggin the USB device. Does this command exists

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Debian :: How To Pair Bluetooth Keyboard Via Command Line On Jessie

Mar 27, 2015

I installed the Open Source Media Center (OSMC) on my Raspberry Pi 2. It's based on Debian Jessie. I bought a Blueooth Keyboard (Keysonic KSK-3211) and an USB-Bluetooth adapter (CSL Bluetooth Stick Nano). And now I am looking for a way to pair the keyboard with the raspberry via command line.

I'm new to all this bluetooth stuff in debian. It's the first time I try to install it. As far as I've understood I need an agent that is started with the pairing PIN. Then I type this PIN at the keyboard and that's it. Am I right?

The problem is, that every agent I've found in howtos or descriptions like bluez-simple-agent or bluetooth-agent (like described here [URL] ....) is not installed (and as far as I know can't be installed) under Jessie.

The bluetooth adapter is recognized

Code: Select allosmc@osmc:~$ hcitool dev
Devices:
        hci0    00:1A:7D:DA:71:0C
the keyboard is found
Code: Select allosmc@osmc:~$ hcitool scan
Scanning ...
        00:12:A1:70:42:28       Bluetooth Keyboard

And I can ping the keyboard

Code: Select allosmc@osmc:~$ sudo l2ping 00:12:A1:70:42:28
Ping: 00:12:A1:70:42:28 from 00:1A:7D:DA:71:0C (data size 44) ...
0 bytes from 00:12:A1:70:42:28 id 0 time 14.82ms
0 bytes from 00:12:A1:70:42:28 id 1 time 9.91ms
0 bytes from 00:12:A1:70:42:28 id 2 time 32.62ms
0 bytes from 00:12:A1:70:42:28 id 3 time 28.81ms
^C4 sent, 4 received, 0% loss

So everything seems to be ok ... but I can't find the command for pairing the keyboard. Looks like something changed in Jessie so that the old tutorials are outdated.

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General :: Command Line - Find External And Internal Devices Attached To A System?

Feb 24, 2010

How can i find through terminal that which devices are external and which are internal.

By external i mean devices attached to USB port. For Example, USB Drive, Portable USB HardDrive etc.

By internal i mean devices attached internally. For Example, SATA Harddisk etc.

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OpenSUSE Wireless :: Install Two Wireless Devices Under 11.3?

Jul 14, 2010

I have an Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG built in on my laptop, and this has always been (relatively) simple to get running on both 11.1 and 11.2. When I install 11.3 I will also be installing an RT2870-based USB device (Jensen Airlink85300 LongRange Extreme-N 802.11b/g/n)

I must have wireless enabled under install to get the Intel recognized, but should I also have the RT2870 plugged in and ready to go? Or would it be best to wait until everything else is up and running?

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Dec 7, 2010

For those of you that prefer open-source solutions, the b43 code to drive BCM432X 802.11n devices has just come to life. It can now scan and associate. Tests for throughput will come soon. These revisions to the driver will be in kernel 2.6.38, thus not in openSUSE until the next release after 11.4.

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Sep 10, 2011

this bluetooth connection doesn't work on my computer, previously I hadn't got problen on Ubuntu.

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Ubuntu :: Bluetooth Devices Disconnects After Inactivity

Feb 8, 2010

My bluetooth devices disconnect after a period of inactivity (not sure exactly how long). They're being connected with:
sudo hidd --connect
And I've made no edits to any bluetooth related system files so it should be default settings throughout. I would like them to stay connected indefinitely and it would be even better if they would stay connected through reboots.

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Hardware :: Bluetooth Dongle Won't Find Any Devices

Jan 20, 2011

I bought this bt dongle, and when i plug it, the operating system detects it and everything seems to be working fine. Although, When I search for devices, neither my phone nor my laptop are found. Searching for devices on both of them doesnt find this computer either. lsusb output is : Bus 002 Device 006: ID 0a12:0001 Cambridge Silicon Radio, Ltd Bluetooth Dongle (HCI mode)

hciconfig -a output is:

hci0: Type: BR/EDR Bus: USB
BD Address: 00:15:83:11:F7:58 ACL MTU: 384:8 SCO MTU: 64:8
UP RUNNING PSCAN ISCAN

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Software :: Auto-connecting The Bluetooth Devices?

Sep 5, 2010

I have bluetoothd,hidd,and bluez-simple-agent running. I can manually connect my if I use

Code:

"hidd --connect XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX"

However, I cannot get bluetoothd to make any sort of connection automatically. I have hidd running as a server, I see link_key_request(sba=XXXXX,dba=XXXXX) in dmesg when I click the mouse, but I get no connection.

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Fedora Networking :: Getting Wireless Connection From Command Line?

Jun 16, 2011

I'm new here but have been using different distros for a couple of years. I ran into this problem like a year ago for the first time and I really would like to solve this ( with your help now). I've already used hours trying to figure this out and seeked solutions online. So first things first:

- I want to connect to a wireless access point from CLI (for many different reasons)
- I'm using Fedora 13 with KDE and Gnome some specs:

Network controller: Intel Corporation PRO/Wireless 3945ABG [Golan] Network Connection (rev 02) Kernel driver in use: iwl3945 Kernel modules: iwl3945

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General :: Command Line Tool For Connecting To Wireless

Jul 25, 2010

I was wondering how to connect to wireless in a Linux command line environment -> I'm looking for a ncurses like program to do this, not a bunch of commands and files to edit.

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Ubuntu Networking :: Connecting To Wireless Via Command Line

Jun 21, 2010

I have setup my wireless card via ndiswrapper and I can see that if I perform an iwconfig that the card is wlan0. I have attempted to connect with the router but I can't get any connection.I know the password is: ########## (10 digits long) but for the life of me I can't get it to work via command line.

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Networking :: Command Line To Run Tools For Wireless In Ubuntu?

Jan 17, 2011

I want to run OpenBox on a netbook. For those of you not familiar, it is a very simple window manager, where I can launch a terminal with a mouse click, and I can start the few apps that I need from the command line. Basically, I am trading eye candy and easy access to a lot of stuff I don't need for a more responsive GUI.

My question is...what package should I install, and what corresponding command line would be used to launch a tool to manage the wireless LAN connection?

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Jul 31, 2011

I stupidly turned off my computer as I was updating to KDE 4.7. Now when i start it i get to the log in screen, but imputting my username and password just causes the Xserver to restart and i get back to the log in screen.I know there are many other packages I should install as part of the update and i think this will solve my problem, so i am trying to connect to wireless through the command line login, and then install the updates.

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Networking :: Connect To A Wireless Via Command Line Instead Of Utilizing The GUI?

Jul 27, 2011

So i was wondering if anyone can help me connect to a wireless network via command line instead of utilizing the GUI

so far i have done this, but im not sure what to do after this

Nexus:~ # ifconfig wlan0 down
Nexus:~ # ifconfig wlan0 up
Nexus:~ # iwlist scan
lo Interface doesn't support scanning.
eth0 Interface doesn't support scanning.

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Nov 4, 2009

I run Ubuntu, and it has a nice GUI widget thing that connects me to my home wireless network when I boot. I don't have a problem with that. But suppose I don't start X, and boot to a recovery console for some reason, like I did recently when my graphics were broken after installing Karmic. In that case, my computer won't be connected to the wireless network until I log into X normally. So I can't apt-get anything or anything. It's very annoying. And I don't know how to connect to my wireless network.

I know my wireless network SSID, and I know my WEP key or WPA passphrase. How can I log onto the network with commandline tools? Is there some basic program that I can just run "networkmanager <myssid> <mywepkey>"? I looked at the iwconfig man page and I honestly couldn't figure out how to simply connect to my network. Once I figure out how to connect to the network with command-line tools, where can I put an "autoconnect" script so that it will connect during startup, like it should anyway?

What I don't understand is, why the Ubuntu network manager nm-applet, doesn't just work as a front-end for more basic networking stuff. I don't see any reason why it should require you to start X before working; it could be a daemon that runs at startup, and there could be a config-file somewhere, but it doesn't even start running until I log onto gnome.

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