Persistent bluetooth connection on ubuntu (even after you dualboot). This makes it so that you dont have to pair everytime you use your keyboard with windows.
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README.md

Bluetooth-Keyboard-Connect

Connect your keyboard (in my case a logitech K810) to your computer everytime your computer starts. This is a method to be used if when you change OS's often and find that the keyboard has to be re-paired everytime and the pairing process is as cumbersome as the K810.

Installation

You should first make sure hidd is installed. Its deprecated but worked best for me. I then checked it with blueman because the default bluetooth manager did not help me at all.

sudo apt-get install bluez-compat blueman

Now place the files as /etc/keyboard.sh and /etc/init.d/keyboard and make them executable.

sudo chmod +x /etc/init.d/keyboard /etc/keyboard.sh

If you want to connect manually then just;

sudo /etc/keyboard.sh

Thats it. Next time you reboot you should be able to connect the keyboard if the keyboard is in pairing mode.

This script was tested on ubuntu x64 14.04