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mån 2009-08-10 klockan 13:41 +0300 skrev أحمد المحمودي:
On Fri, Aug 07, 2009 at 08:48:26AM -0700, ajmctaggart wrote:
> By default, Ubuntu used the gnome-bluetooth package. Frankly, there is very
> little this package does well. The GUI is poorly designed, and I think it's
> quite confusing, leaving me to do most configurations by the command line.
> I found that by using blueman instead, the usability of bluetooth on my
> desktop now rivals what I have see from Mac OS X. A good GUI, lots of
> options, and a very fast client overall.
> What would I have to do to petition that blueman replace gnome-bluetooth
> going forward?
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I just tried blueman, and I liked its integration with NetworkManager
for enable GPRS/CDMA connection over bluetooth !
How does this integration differ from the native bluetooth support that is supposed to be in NetworkManager 0.8?<BR>