BlueZ is Bluetooth protocol stack for Linux. It provides supports for core Bluetooth layers and protocols, and has flexible, efficient, and modular architecture. It has many interesting features, like support for multiple Bluetooth devices, multithreaded data processing, hardware abstraction, and standard socket interface to all layers. BlueZ is part of the official Linux kernel (since 2.4.6).
|Tags||Operating System Kernels Linux|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: UART initialization improvements, Makefile cleanups, a documentation update, fixes for routing by source address, and other minor cleanups.
Release Notes: This is a stable release, including minor updates, cleanups, and fixes.
Release Notes: New features include HCI socket filter support, support for class_of_device and local_name initialization, and library and header enhancements. Minor fixes were made.