gokrazy has limited support for Bluetooth. The usual Bluetooth utilities (bluez) have a lot of dependencies that are not available on gokrazy and those are out of scope here. But the basic Bluetooth hardware are supported on low level. This is useful in particular for applications using Bluetooth LE natively in Go.
To enable Bluetooth in gokrazy, first include the
github.com/gokrazy/bluetooth package in your
gokr-packer command line, e.g.:
gokr-packer \ -tls=self-signed \ -update=yes \ github.com/gokrazy/hello \ github.com/gokrazy/bluetooth
github.com/gokrazy/bluetooth package loads the appropriate kernel modules
and firmware required.
As demo we’re using bluewalker Bluetooth LE scanner utility just to show that Bluetooth is working.
First, prepare command line flags.
mkdir -p flags/gitlab.com/jtaimisto/bluewalker echo '-device=hci0' > flags/gitlab.com/jtaimisto/bluewalker/flags.txt
Then, deploy as usual.
gokr-packer \ -tls=self-signed \ -update=yes \ github.com/gokrazy/hello \ github.com/gokrazy/bluetooth \ gitlab.com/jtaimisto/bluewalker
Once deployed with gokr-packer, you can see Bluetooth events being received in the bluewalker output.