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Help in Automatic Bluetooth pairing on Boot

ASund3
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Hi,

I've been facing some problems while automatically connecting Edison to another device in the boot. As given in this example . I wrote the service and shell script as given in the example and I enabled the service using "systemctl" with no problem. But when I try to reboot I get no indication and my device is not getting connected to the paired device of mine. When I try to find the status of the service using systemctl status "Myser.service" I get an error message saying "Failed to get D-Bus connection: No connection to service manager". Did anyone come across this kind of issue before?

FYI I have installed Ubiliinux in my device.

Thanks

 

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Carlos_M_Intel
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Hi Ash91,

It seems that Ubilinux uses init.d for the services so after you set your environment for using systemctl you may have some problems. The tutorial you are following was tested on Yocto.

If you want to do this on Ubilinux I suggest you to create a service with init.d. This thread could help you with this:

If this doesn't work I suggest you to contact http://www.emutexlabs.com/forum/index EmutexLabs for more information about this image you are using.

Kind regards,

Charlie

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Carlos_M_Intel
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Hi Ash91,

It seems that Ubilinux uses init.d for the services so after you set your environment for using systemctl you may have some problems. The tutorial you are following was tested on Yocto.

If you want to do this on Ubilinux I suggest you to create a service with init.d. This thread could help you with this:

If this doesn't work I suggest you to contact http://www.emutexlabs.com/forum/index EmutexLabs for more information about this image you are using.

Kind regards,

Charlie

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