Bluetooth under KDE?
jreznik at redhat.com
Fri Jan 21 09:28:50 UTC 2011
On Friday, January 21, 2011 03:47:16 am Timothy Murphy wrote:
> Armelius Cameron wrote:
> >> Is there a working Bluetooth setup under KDE-4.5?
> > Not sure if this is what you're looking for, but I was able to transfer
> > files back and forth from my laptop to my rather old Nokia phone with
> > kbluetooth (it discovered and paired the device). And that fulfills my
> > needs at this point, so I'm rather happy with it :)
> That is exactly what I want to do.
> How exactly did you do it?
> (Assume you are talking to an idiot!)
> I could run kbluetooth, and paired my laptop and phone (Nokia 6303c),
> but I didn't know what to do beyond that point.
> When I ran gnokii a couple of years ago I had to start
> by modifying /etc/hcid.conf , but this no longer seems to exist.
You really don't need to edit anything when using kbluetooth. If so, it's bug.
It should work out of box (should with kbluetooth).
> Incidentally, I tried BlueDevil from
> but this would not allow me to pair by putting in my 10-digit passkey
> as it would only allow 7 or 8 digits to be inserted.
Ops, would be great to report it to BlueDevil developers to let then know. I can
take a look too.
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