dkowis at shlrm.org
Wed Mar 27 13:18:12 CDT 2013
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On 03/27/2013 01:12 PM, hc at lookcee.com wrote:
> Hi Joe, I am trying to get bluetooth to work with a head phone. I
> have been reading for several days but it is confusing to me I
> confess. I have not had anyuone walk me tru the setup for firs
> time. I tried to follow few howtos but I get stuck with pairing
> the devices. However wee hours this morning I grabbed a fix for
> getting it to work but was too tired to continue so let me mess
> with it I think it may solve it for me. I will report back.
> My search for a mac# was because in the box that reveals devices
> found in the manager it says enter the mac#. lshw nor lsusb reveal
> any such # but I alos just read that for a pin # u assign the # or
> I think that what I read. Btw ifconfig shows a MAC# for eth0 it can
> be a USB device for wireless but I am not set up for wireless.
> Using a cat-5 modem to switch to boxes. thanks hh
You want to use the bluetooth commands, from the bluez package.
`hcitool dev` will list local devices, and there's a few other
commands that might be able to tell you what you're trying to find out.
Hope that helps.
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