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HCIATTACH(8)		  Linux System Administration		  HCIATTACH(8)

       hciattach - attach serial devices via UART HCI to BlueZ stack

       hciattach  [-b] [-n] [-p] [-t timeout] [-s speed] [-l] [-r] tty type|id
       speed flow bdaddr

       Hciattach is used to attach a serial UART to the Bluetooth stack as HCI
       transport interface.

       -b     Send break.

       -n     Don't detach from controlling terminal.

       -p     Print the PID when detaching.

       -t timeout
	      Specify an initialization timeout.  (Default is 5 seconds.)

       -s speed
	      Specify an initial speed instead of the hardware default.

       -l     List all available configurations.

       -r     Set the HCI device into raw mode (the kernel and bluetoothd will
	      ignore it).

       tty    This specifies the serial device to attach. A leading  /dev  can
	      be omitted. Examples: /dev/ttyS1 ttyS2

	      The  type	 or id of the Bluetooth device that is to be attached,
	      i.e. vendor or other device specific identifier. Currently  sup‐
	      ported types are

	      type   description

	      any    Unspecified   HCI_UART   interface,  no  vendor  specific

		     Ericsson based modules

	      digi   Digianswer based cards

	      xircom Xircom PCMCIA cards: Credit Card Adapter  and  Real  Port

	      csr    CSR  Casira  serial  adapter  or BrainBoxes serial dongle

	      bboxes BrainBoxes PCMCIA card (BL620)

	      swave  Silicon Wave kits

	      bcsp   Serial adapters using CSR chips with BCSP serial protocol

	      ath3k  Atheros AR300x based serial Bluetooth device

	      intel  Intel Bluetooth device

       Supported IDs are (manufacturer id, product id)

	      0x0105, 0x080a
		     Xircom PCMCIA cards: Credit Card Adapter  and  Real  Port

	      0x0160, 0x0002
		     BrainBoxes PCMCIA card (BL620)

       speed  The speed specifies the UART speed to use. Baudrates higher than
	      115.200bps require vendor specific initializations that are  not
	      implemented  for	all types of devices. In general the following
	      speeds are supported:

	      9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200, 230400, 460800, 921600

	      Supported vendor devices are automatically initialised to	 their
	      respective best settings.

       flow   If  the  keyword	flow  is  appended to the list of options then
	      hardware flow control is forced on the serial link ( CRTSCTS  ).
	      All  above  mentioned  device types have flow set by default. To
	      force no flow control use noflow instead.

       sleep  Enables hardware specific power management feature. If sleep  is
	      appended to the list of options then this feature is enabled. To
	      disable this feature use nosleep instead.	 All  above  mentioned
	      device types have nosleep set by default.

	      Note:  This option will only be valid for hardware which support
	      hardware specific power management enable option from host.

       bdaddr The bdaddr specifies the Bluetooth Address to use.  Some devices
	      (like  the STLC2500) do not store the Bluetooth address in hard‐
	      ware memory.  Instead it must be uploaded during the initializa‐
	      tion  process.   If this argument is specified, then the address
	      will be used to initialize the  device.	Otherwise,  a  default
	      address will be used.

       Written by Maxim Krasnyansky <maxk@qualcomm.com>

       Manual page by Nils Faerber <nils@kernelconcepts.de>

BlueZ				  Jan 22 2002			  HCIATTACH(8)

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