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SubjectRe: Linux Kernel- Bluetooth HID Keyboard support?????
At 01:56 AM 2/26/2003, Balarama Krishna Yalavarthi wrote:
>Hi Folks,
> I am implementing Bluetooth HID profile for Keyboards. Inorder to test it I need a host device (PC).
> I wonder if the Latest Linux Kernel supports Bluetooth HID Keyboard.
> A mini driver, which talks to HID Class Driver and Bluetooth Protocol stack(L2CAP to Baseband),
> is required on the Host side
> Please let me know the supported linux kernel version and files related to that.
Currently we don't have kernel Bluetooth HID support.
We do have user-space tools that support some Bluetooth keyboards though.
Why don't join bluez-devel@lists.sf.net mailing list and we'll discuss it there.

Max

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