On Wednesday, June 01, 2011 02:05:28 AM Timothy Murphy wrote:
Is it possible to install and setup Bluetooth under Fedora-15/KDE?
I gather kbluetooth (or kdebluetooth) no longer exists,
and bluez seems to be departing in favour of bluedevil,
which unfortunately appears to be completely undocumented.
Assuming KDE and Bluetooth are compatible,
is there a howto or tutorial explaining how
a Fedora laptop can communicate with a mobile phone through bluetooth?
As Kevin already answered - yes, Libbluedevil/Bluedevil are replacements for
KBluetooth and of course it's using BlueZ.
Usually it works very well - file transfers and device browsing works (and it's
very nice integrated to the whole desktop!!!), input devices works (tested with
BT mouse). Audio works too, I have an issue with multi service BT headset -
already reported upstream.
If you have any question, feel free to ask me.
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