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Thread: Where is /dev/bluetooth/rfcomm.conf ?

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    Unhappy Where is /dev/bluetooth/rfcomm.conf ?

    I use rfcomm for connecting to my arduino via bluetooth module (rs232). I found the manual way but I would like an automated way as in previous versions of opensuse (before 13.3). How do I do that if there is no /dev/bluetooth/rfcomm.conf ?

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    Default Re: Where is /dev/bluetooth/rfcomm.conf ?

    Quote Originally Posted by cingulingu1 View Post
    I use rfcomm for connecting to my arduino via bluetooth module (rs232). I found the manual way but I would like an automated way as in previous versions of opensuse (before 13.3).
    There was no version 13.3 - I guess you mean 13.2?
    How do I do that if there is no /dev/bluetooth/rfcomm.conf ?
    I haven't played with BT for years, but you could script it and have it start at boot eg via a systemd service perhaps.

    Just in case this is helpful to you (I'm sure you can adapt this R.Pi approach to your Arduino?)
    http://blog.dmaggot.org/2014/07/shel...ver-bluetooth/

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    Default Re: Where is /dev/bluetooth/rfcomm.conf ?

    Thanks, already did it. I was looking for more elegant way to do it.
    Thank you again.

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