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NetBSD 6.1.5 - man page for bthset (netbsd section 1)

BTHSET(1)			   BSD General Commands Manual				BTHSET(1)

NAME
     bthset -- Bluetooth Headset utility

SYNOPSIS
     bthset [-v] [-c command] [-m mixer] [-p file] [-s channel]
     bthset [-h]

DESCRIPTION
     The bthset utility is used to access a Bluetooth Headset with the btsco(4) audio device.  It
     opens the mixer(4) device and creates the control connection to the headset, then conducts
     volume settings each way.	When bthset receives a SIGUSR1 signal, it will start sending RING
     codes to the headset until the headset button is pressed or a SIGUSR2 signal is received.
     If the headset is ringing and bthset receives a button press notification, the specified
     command (if any) is executed.

     When the server channel is specified with the -s option, instead of opening the control con-
     nection, bthset will listen on the channel for incoming connections from the Headset and
     register as Headset Audio Gateway with the local SDP server.

     The options are as follows:

     -c command
	     Specify an optional command to be executed when the headset responds to ringing with
	     a button press event.  This defaults to the contents of the BTHSET_COMMAND environ-
	     ment variable, if set.

     -h      Print usage message.

     -m mixer
	     Specify the path to the mixer device.  This defaults to the contents of the
	     BTHSET_MIXER environment variable, or /dev/mixer if not set.

     -p file
	     Write the PID to file so that other programs can find us later.  This defaults to
	     the contents of the BTHSET_PIDFILE environment variable, if set.

     -s channel
	     Register with the local SDP server as a Headset Audio Gateway and listen for connec-
	     tions on the given RFCOMM server channel.

     -v      Be verbose.

EXIT STATUS
     The bthset utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.

FILES
     /dev/mixer

SEE ALSO
     btsco(4), mixer(4)

AUTHORS
     Iain Hibbert for Itronix, Inc

BSD					  July 26, 2006 				      BSD


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