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BTATTACH(8)						    BSD System Manager's Manual 					       BTATTACH(8)

btattach -- attach serial lines as Bluetooth HCI interfaces SYNOPSIS
btattach [-dFfoPp] [-i speed] [type] tty speed btattach -t [-dFfoPp] tty DESCRIPTION
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 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 STLC2410/STLC2415 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 during 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. FILES
/var/run/btattach-{tty}.pid SEE ALSO
bcsp(4), bluetooth(4), btuart(4), btconfig(8) HISTORY
The btattach program was written with reference to hciattach(8) as provided with the BlueZ tools for Linux and first appeared in NetBSD 5.0. AUTHORS
KIYOHARA Takashi <> Iain Hibbert BUGS
Not all type initializations have been tested. BSD
March 9, 2010 BSD

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LDATTACH(8)						       System Administration						       LDATTACH(8)

ldattach - attach a line discipline to a serial line SYNOPSIS
ldattach [-dhV78neo12] [-s speed] [-i iflag] ldisc device DESCRIPTION
The ldattach daemon opens the specified device file (which should refer to a serial device) and attaches the line discipline ldisc to it for processing of the sent and/or received data. It then goes into the background keeping the device open so that the line discipline stays loaded. The line discipline ldisc may be specified either by name or by number. In order to detach the line discipline, kill(1) the ldattach process. With no arguments, ldattach prints usage information. LINE DISCIPLINES
Depending on the kernel release, the following line disciplines are supported: TTY(0) The default line discipline, providing transparent operation (raw mode) as well as the habitual terminal line editing capabilities (cooked mode). SLIP(1) Serial Line IP (SLIP) protocol processor for transmitting TCP/IP packets over serial lines. MOUSE(2) Device driver for RS232 connected pointing devices (serial mice). PPP(3) Point to Point Protocol (PPP) processor for transmitting network packets over serial lines. STRIP(4) AX25(5) X25(6) Line driver for transmitting X.25 packets over asynchronous serial lines. 6PACK(7) R3964(9) Driver for Simatic R3964 module. IRDA(11) Linux IrDa (infrared data transmission) driver - see HDLC(13) Synchronous HDLC driver. SYNC_PPP(14) Synchronous PPP driver. HCI(15) Bluetooth HCI UART driver. GIGASET_M101(16) Driver for Siemens Gigaset M101 serial DECT adapter. PPS(18) Driver for serial line Pulse Per Second (PPS) source. OPTIONS
-d | --debug Causes ldattach to stay in the foreground so that it can be interrupted or debugged, and to print verbose messages about its progress to the standard error output. -h | --help Prints a usage message and exits. -V | --version Prints the program version. -s value | --speed value Set the speed of the serial line to the specified value. -7 | --sevenbits Sets the character size of the serial line to 7 bits. -8 | --eightbits Sets the character size of the serial line to 8 bits. -n | --noparity Sets the parity of the serial line to none. -e | --evenparity Sets the parity of the serial line to even. -o | --oddparity Sets the parity of the serial line to odd. -1 | --onestopbit Sets the number of stop bits of the serial line to one. -2 | --twostopbits Sets the number of stop bits of the serial line to two. -i value | --iflag [-]value{,...} Sets the specified bits in the c_iflag word of the serial line. Value may be a number or a symbolic name. If value is prefixed by a minus sign, clear the specified bits instead. Several comma separated values may be given in order to set and clear multiple bits. SEE ALSO
inputattach(1), ttys(4) AUTHOR
Tilman Schmidt ( AVAILABILITY
The ldattach command is part of the util-linux package and is available from util-linux February 2010 LDATTACH(8)
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