Category: Linux

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.NET and Linux Bluetooth

Ever needed to perform some Bluetooth LE operations on your Linux device, whether it’s Raspberry PI, Ubuntu, or some other distribution? Yes, me too! In this article, we’ll dive right into using the Plugin.BlueZ NuGet package and show you how to get started using it. Feel free to contribute to the open source project over at the Suess Labs GitHub page, https://github.com/SuessLabs/Plugin.BlueZ. UPDATE! We are migrating towards the next generation package, Linux.Bluetooth NuGet package!The GA functionality is the same and future enhancements are coming soon, such as Battery monitoring. In this article, we’ll perform a simple Scanning for Devices based…

Visual Studio Linux Debugger

The VS Linux Debugger is an open-source tool created to assist with remotely deploying and debugging your Linux applications from Visual Studio 2022. Check it out on the Microsoft Marketplace or GitHub. To get started using it today it’s as easy as 1-2-3.. or perhaps, 2-3 Overview Before getting started, it is recommended to ensure your system has the latest updates. These steps have been tested against Ubuntu 20.04 LTE and 22.04 LTE. Though this project supports everywhere that .NET (Core) is supported, this section outlines steps for Ubuntu 22.04 LTE. It’s recommended to use the official Microsoft Install .NET…