btkbdd starts a Bluetooth HID Keyboard service, serving keystrokes obtained via Linux Input subsystem's event device (evdev). In practical terms, it turns your Linux box with a physical keyboard into a Bluetooth keyboard, which can be used by various Bluetooth HID capable devices, including desktop or tablet computers, smart phones, game consoles and so on.
It implements most of the important HID protocol features, including robust connection restores (virtual cabling) and report protocol (as required by Apple's Darwin-based devices). It is possible and encouraged to use the tool with systemd and udev, starting it when event devices appear after a keyboard is plugged in.
The source GIT tree is available at GitHub: git://github.com/lkundrak/btkbdd.git.
|btkbdd-1.1.tar.gz||16-Feb-2012 11:49||17K||Source tarball|
|btkbdd-1.2.tar.gz||16-Feb-2012 11:50||17K||Source tarball|
|btkbdd-1.3.tar.gz||22-Nov-2012 13:10||17K||Source tarball|
|btkbdd-1.5.tar.gz||13-Oct-2015 16:40||49K||Source tarball|
btkbdd is distributed under the terms of GNU General Public License as published by Free Software Foundation, version 1 or (at your option) any later version.Copyright © 2012-2015 Lubomir Rintel