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BTATTACH(8) NetBSD System Manager's Manual BTATTACH(8)
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btattach -- attach serial lines as Bluetooth HCI interfaces
btattach [-dFfoPp] [-i speed] [type] tty speed
btattach -t [-dFfoPp] tty
btattach is used to assign a tty line to a Bluetooth Host Controller
Interface using the btuart(4) or bcsp(4) line disciplines, and can
optionally initialize the line for a given device type before activating
the line discipline.
Supported types are:
bcm2035 Broadcom BCM2035
bcm43xx Broadcom BCM43xx
bcm43xx-3wire Broadcom BCM43xx (3-wire)
bcsp Generic BCSP (BlueCore Serial Protocol)
bgb2xx Philips BGB2xx module
btuart Generic UART (this is the default)
csr Cambridge Silicon Radio Casira serial adapter, or
Brainboxes serial dongle (BL642)
ericsson Ericsson based modules
digi Digianswer based cards
st ST Microelectronics minikits based on
stlc2500 ST Microelectronics minikits based on STLC2500
swave Silicon Wave kits
texas Texas Instruments modules
unistone Infineon UniStone (PBA31308) modules
When the line discipline is activated, btattach detaches and sleeps until
it receives a SIGHUP.
The command line options are as follows:
-d debug mode. print initialization IO and do not detach.
-F Disable flow control.
-f Enable flow control.
-i speed Specify an alternate speed for the Bluetooth module to use dur-
ing the initialization phase.
-o Enable odd parity.
-P Disable parity.
-p Enable parity (even parity).
-t Test mode.
Only the super-user may attach a Bluetooth HCI interface.
Test mode tries to guess the speed using the received link-establish
packet from HCI, or btuart(4), if there is no response.
bcsp(4), bluetooth(4), btuart(4), btconfig(8)
The btattach program was written with reference to hciattach as provided
with the BlueZ tools for Linux and first appeared in NetBSD 5.0.
KIYOHARA Takashi <email@example.com>
Not all type initializations have been tested.
NetBSD 9.2 August 11, 2017 NetBSD 9.2