This Blog is for Embedded System Testing people who works in Embedded Product based company and are part of QA/Testing or Product Validation Group.It covers many networking related concepts as well.
It is my online reference guide...
Give the uname -r and copy the kernel version and fedora version
Ex. # uname -r
Copy "4.8.6-300.fc22.i686" and replace in the below command instead of 'uname -r' dnf install kernel-headers- `uname -r` kernel-devel- `uname -r`
The "bdaddr" application is generated which can be used to change MAC address of dongle.
Insert dongle and make interface up
hciconfig -i hci0 up
2./bdaddr ==> it will show current mac address
root@bt:# ./bdaddr Manufacturer: Cambridge Silicon Radio (10) Device address: 00:50:F2:7E:2F:9B
3.To change mac address give new MAC address as below
root@bt# ./bdaddr -i hci0 00:01:E3:64:DD:9B Manufacturer: Cambridge Silicon Radio (10) Device address: 00:50:F2:7E:2F:9B New BD address: 00:01:E3:64:DD:9B
Address changed - Reset device now
4.Re -connect the dongle it should show new MAC address.
Note: If any dependency error install BlueZ, otherwise not required.