Originally Posted by farslayer
for a Linux GUI client that will allow you serial port access look at putty and gtkterm
On windows I also prefer Putty or TerratermPro over hyperterm..
Hi farslayer, I have tried you 2 comment and they are sport on, I tried putty on windows and it works fine.
Now I am having some problems with putty and gtkterm on Debian, after install the bluetooth dongle following the this steps
aptitude install bluetooth
aptitude install bluez-gnome
I can go the bluetooth setting and changes the Adaptor name
I could confirm that the device is alive (with my mobile phone)
The only way I can scan from device from the PC is using this command line "hcitool scan"
which works fine, I do force connect with "sudo hidd --connect <diviceName>"
Now the question how can I see the data from the bluetoothDogle/GPS port?
In Windows I can change the comm port and it works fine. but here is /dev/ttSO to serial comm but what about for the bluethooth dogle?
(just to clarify! I am having a usb bluetooth dogle which I am trying to connect to a GPS bluetooth)
Thanks for your help