Bluelog is an open source website survey software that makes use of the Bluetooth technology to display how many discoverable devices exists in an area.
Bluelog has been designed with efficiency and portability in mind, which makes it run on a system for long periods of time.
The application should work well with all the USB Bluetooth device that are supported by your Linux operating system. It was tested with various Dell laptops, some DealExtreme adapters, and high-end devices, such as the AIRcable Host XR.
The logging component of Bluelog is very customizable and features lots of options.
- This minor release primarily dealt with visual and functional improvements to Bluelog Live mode.
- Bluelog Live now has a new default theme, as well as a novelty theme for fun, and there is improved support for more complex themes.
- README.LIVE was updated with more information.
- There was also documentation improvement and pruning across the board, a new target for the Pwnie Express Pwn Pad, and a fix for a critical bug with the obfuscate (-x) function.