Playing with Seeed Bluetooth

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Have been playing with the Seeeduino Bluetooth module. Will report more later, but just wanted to note that there's a simple UNIX command to turn your terminal into a … terminal on another port:

Knowing the serial port, you can just type screen portname datarate to show the serial data on the screen. In my case, it was:

screen /dev/tty.Keyserial1 9600

Then I started typing bytes at the PIC, and it sent bytes back to me. Whee! No need for zTerm! To quit the screen app, type control-A, then control-\.

Very useful!


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