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  1. sudo nano /bin/connect-bluetooth.sh

    In that file add
    #!/bin/bash
    sudo bluetoothctl << EOF
    power on
    connect MAC Address »
    exit
    EOF

    Save that file.
    Make it executable

    sudo chmod +x /bin/connect-bluetooth.sh

    Then create a new file
    sudo nano /etc/systemd/system/connect-bluetooth.service

    Add this text:
    Unit »
    Description=Connect Bluetooth

    Service »
    Type=oneshot
    ExecStart=/bin/connect-bluetooth.sh

    Install »
    WantedBy=multi-user.target
    Save that file.

    Then run this command to enable that process
    sudo systemctl enable /etc/systemd/system/connect-bluetooth.service
  2. - There is a HDMI LCD Display, with native resolution 1366x768. But it can be driven at many resolutions, starting at 640x480 (VGA), up to 1920x1080 (FDH). The plug is mini-HDMI.
    - There is a Bluetooth Keyboard and Touchpad. I have a Maxxter ACT-KB-BT-001 (from Action), which has the same key layout, albeit different functions. Or the Inatek BT1003. It has BT address 20:16:45:XX:XX:XX . Detected as 'hid-generic 0005:04E8:7021.0003'. The touchpad is apparently chained to the keyboard; I havent seen any info about it. But, it you connect the keyboard, you will also get touchpad events.
    2021-03-27 Tags: , , , , by klotz

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