It is intended to be used as a site survey tool, identifying the number of possible Bluetooth targets there are in the surrounding environment.
Codename: “Marshmallow Peep Edition”
- Merged in libmackerel
- Merged in MACLIST from haraldscan
- Experimental manufacturer lookups (currently x86 only)
- Configuration options broken out into config.h
- Allow for friendly class names in verbose mode, thanks Dean
- EXPERIMENTAL: Added -e option to encode MACs with CRC32
- Updated MAN page
- Updated README
- Improved memory management, thanks Paolo
- Improved file cleanup, less idiotic
Bluelog has been written with portability and efficiency in mind, so it is able to run on a number of systems and hardware platforms. Basically, as long as the device can run (and get results from) “hcitool scan”, and you can compile software for it, there is a good chance Bluelog can run on it.
In addition to running on all major Linux distributions, Bluelog has been used successfully on Chrome OS (running on the CR-48 netbook), and MIPS based OpenWRT devices. For information on the OpenWRT build of Bluelog, see the “openwrt” directory.
More Information: here