Re: Simple pairing script instead of bluez-gnome

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At 12:42 05-10-08, you wrote:
>Hi,
>
>On Oct 5, 2008, at 7:06, John Frankish wrote:
> > I have bluez-4.4 working on a minimal 2.6.26 system - rather than use
> > bluez-gnome to pair, is there a simple script somewhere than would
> > take a PIN and bluetooth address as inputs and pair using dbus?
>
>Sounds like test/simple-agent is what you need (might have been src/
>simple-agent in 4.4). If you run it with
>./simple-agent hci0 <remote address>
>it will use D-Bus to initiate pairing and ask you for the PIN
>interactively (on stdin). It should also be quite trivial to modify
>this script if you prefer to give the PIN from the command line
>directly. Btw, I'd recommend that you update to the latest bluez
>version (4.11) since we've fixed plenty of bugs since 4.4.
>
>Johan
Thanks - I was hoping for something that would work with bash/sh - 
but this is a good start.
After installing python, I get:

$ simple-agent hci0 00:1E:45:8B:2A:33
Traceback (most recent call last):
   File "/usr/local/bin/simple-agent", line 3, in <module>
     import gobject
ImportError: No module named gobject

I guess this means that either bluez-4.11 should be compiled against 
python, or (more likely) I need some kind of python glib module? 


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