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QuestionAcademic question - what is basic Bluetooth Linux access ? Pin
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QuestionHow to verify Bluetooth? Pin
Salvatore Terress2-Nov-23 16:15
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I have "upgraded" to Ubuntu 23.04.
"Discovered"it is lacking Bluetooth.
Used this opportunity to test "verify Bluetooth " in my code using "bluetoothctl".
The command responds correctly , but "gets stuck "
in "Waiting to connect to bluetoothd...".

Used same command in "terminal" with same result.

Can somebody suggest similar command or "bluetoothctl"command option (timeout ?)so it does detect lack of Bluetooth, but does not get stuck.

Temporary , I do verify Bluetooth not working by looking for "Agent registered " failure - which is correct response when Bluetooth is OK, actually running. Then if it runs I can "exit" from command.


Help is much appreciated.

Thanks


nov25-1@nov251-desktop:~$ bluetoothctl 
Waiting to connect to bluetoothd...

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