BlueZ: is there such a thing as documentation?

Brian Puccio brian at brianpuccio.net
Sun Jan 8 05:58:42 UTC 2006


On Sun, 2006-01-08 at 11:52 +0800, Michael Richter wrote:
>         With respect to my phone, I forget, but I used the software
>         packages
>         gnome-phone-manager and gnome-bluetooth. Under the System
>         Tools menu, 
>         you can now send files back and forth.
> 
> Gnome-bluetooth I have installed.  It doesn't seem to do anything.  It
> allows me to list devices it finds and then.... nothing.  And the
> "Help" menu just has an "About" entry without even a URL to
> documentation.  I'm installing the phone manager as I speak.  Maybe it
> will do something.
> 
> ...
> 
> OK, it's installed.  It sees my phone.  And now it's sitting in my
> task bar with a "disconnected" icon.  I'm not sure where to go from
> here, but it's something.  :-) I'll keep poking around.  Thanks for
> the help.

As for file sending, I think that's where gnome-bluetooth comes in.
Start it from the System Tools menu and something should show up in the
tray/notification area.

I want to try to tackle GPRS and bluetooth this weekend. If I get it to
work, I'll add it to the wiki and drop you an email.
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