norman at littletank.org
Sat Aug 31 17:25:04 UTC 2013
On 31/08/13 18:12, Elfy wrote:
> On 31/08/13 17:57, Norman Silverstone wrote:
>> On 31/08/13 17:28, Bill wrote:
>>> On 08/31/2013 06:57 AM, Norman Silverstone wrote:
>>>> I have just noticed an icon in the top panel which is to do with
>>>> Bluetooth about which I know nothing. The first item in the menu which
>>>> appears when the icon is left clicked invites me to turn Bluetooth off.
>>>> I didn't know it was switched on. Could some kind person please give me
>>>> the benefit of their knowledge.
>>> Norman, your question is not quite clear to me. Are you seeking to know
>>> about bluetooth and/or about the xubuntu bluetooth interface?
>>> If the former, then I suggest a web search for "bluetooth" (which will
>>> lead, e.g., to wikipedia, where you can get an idea of what it is).
>>> If the later, then a response (from me anyway) requires more
>>> And as kind as I might be, my knowledge may not be helpful, since I'm no
>>> expert on either bluetooth or xubuntu. I simply have bluetooth enabled
>>> and working on my xubuntu system. So I might be of some help. But
>>> without dispute there are too many on this list who are not only kind,
>>> but know more than me. So it's at least a start at learning what
>>> knowledge you need.
>> Thanks for the response. I suppose what I would like to know is a) is
>> Bluetooth enabled by default and b) if it is will it cause problems if
>> it is disabled?
> It's enabled - I turn it off.
> No problems for me.
> It's in Settings Manager - Session& Startup - App Autostart
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