[Bug 191704] Re: hidd binary removed form bluez-utils package unable to connect as a result
cyberdork33 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 28 18:06:08 GMT 2008
If the bluetooth stack is going to change how it operates that is fine, progress is progress, but it would be nice to know the method to connect input peripherals without using the browse dialog (that's how many people have been finding their peripherals. Nothing "just works" like it has been stated it should (at least not for me). The detailed information on the bluez.org site is geared toward programmers, and the typical user has no idea what to do with that. Is there a plan for an application to control scanning, bonding, etc for input devices? It seems like very backwards progress to remove a function and not replace it with some alternative method (that invloves something other than "moving your mouse around").
hidd binary removed form bluez-utils package unable to connect as a result
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