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Old 06-18-2004, 04:06 AM   #1
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Bluetooth /etc/blutooth/pin file


My usb bluetooth dongle is working on my redhat 9 PC.
I can detect my dongle with my phone and I read in the driver documentation that I had to configure the pass code in the file /etc/blutooth/pin/. Originaly the file is like foolowing:

I have changed it like here below (pass code is 1234).

And I have restarted my blutooth service but I cannot get the connection.

Maybe I have to add some other parameters in /etc/blutooth/pin/ but I have no more documentation.

Is anybody can help me to slove this small problem?

Thanks in advance.

Old 08-03-2004, 03:22 PM   #2
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Well I haven't gotten Bluetooth working yet either, but I believe you only want one line in the pin file. So before you changed it, the pin was BlueZ. If you want it to be 1234 then that should be the only thing in the file.


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