RE: I got a bluetooth mouse, now what?
From: Christopher J. Bottaro (cjbottaro_at_alumni.cs.utexas.edu)
To: email@example.com Date: Tue, 31 May 2005 12:53:55 -0500
Tim Holmes wrote:
>> 'bluetooth mouse fedora' didn't return anything useful from google.
>> do I even begin? I tried kdebluetooth, but the daemon just locks up
>> try to start it...
>> Thanks for the help.
> A friend of mine just suggested that you turn on the bthid service.
> It's the bluetooth human interface device driver. I have NO experience,
> so this is totally third hand, but it might be worth a try
OK, I got the mouse working by doing the following steps:
service bluetooth start
00:0A:94:C0:A6:D0 Bluetooth Mouse
hidd -c 00:0A:94:C0:A6:D0
Now how do I get all that to happen when my computer boots? I don't mean
"add it to your startup scripts", I mean, isn't there some kind of
bluetooth HID configuration tool?
Futhermore, I want it to detect when that mouse is near and automatically
connect to it. If that mouse is not nearby, obviously it should do
nothing. Also, I want it to ignore all bluetooth devices except for that
Any ideas? Thanks.
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