[Bug 508448] Re: bluetooth applet ui unfit for use
rduke15 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 15 16:39:46 GMT 2010
Well, the result of removing bluez-gnome and installing gnome-bluetooth
had the result of removing the BT icon in the panel, with no apparent
replacement anywhere in the menus. This was on a Jaunty system.
After some digging, I saw that the package gnome-bluetooth
(0.11.0-0ubuntu4) actually lists bluez-gnome as recommended in it's
dependencies. So it' doesn't look like it replaces it.
And the file /usr/share/doc/gnome-bluetooth/README says "This package contains [..] a simple GUI to explore which devices are
available (gnome-bluetooth-manager)" but it doesn't:
bash: gnome-bluetooth-manager: command not found
** Changed in: bluez-gnome (Ubuntu)
Status: Fix Released => New
bluetooth applet ui unfit for use
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