blueman

Description

Blueman is a GTK+ Bluetooth Manager

Blueman is designed to provide a simple yet effective means for controlling the BlueZ API and simplifying Bluetooth tasks, such as:

It is lightweight, easy to use, Python based, and GPL licensed.

The original project page of Valmantas Palikša can be found on Launchpad.

Installing

See Dependencies.md for a list of build and runtime dependencies.

To install a packaged release of blueman, run ./configure && make && make install.

To generate and run a configure script from source, run ./autogen.sh.

If you are packaging it for your distribution, please make sure to pass --disable-schemas-compile and run glib-compile-schemas /datadir/glib-2.0/schemas as part of your (un)install phase.

Packaged versions

The wiki page has info about packaged versions of blueman.

Support / Troubleshooting

If you’re reporting a bug, please read the Troubleshooting page to provide all relevant info.

Feel free to open a GitHub issue to file bugs, or ask about anything you need help with.

Contributing

Fork, make your changes, and issue a pull request. If you just want to edit a single file, GitHub will guide you through that process.

Translate

Translations are managed on Hosted Weblate. Go to the Weblate blueman project page.

License

Except for most icons that are under a GPLv2 license and require GPLv2 for redistribution, all parts of the software are licensed under GPLv3 (or GPLv2) and allow redistribution under any later version.