Is it possible to install and setup Bluetooth under Fedora-15/KDE?
I gather kbluetooth (or kdebluetooth) no longer exists,
and bluez seems to be departing in favour of bluedevil,
which unfortunately appears to be completely undocumented.
Assuming KDE and Bluetooth are compatible,
is there a howto or tutorial explaining how
a Fedora laptop can communicate with a mobile phone through bluetooth?
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I've updated to 4.6.95 from kde-unstable today and nepomuk and virtouso are
suddenly taking a lot of memory and CPU on my system (i5-2520M, 4GB RAM).
Nepomuk now takes more memory than my firefox with >40 tabs, plus it takes one
full core for whatever it's doing. Virtuoso was taking almost 1.2GB of RAM (RSS)
before I killed it.
That's happening on a fresh system with ~10GB of used space in the home dir
(strigi was never enabled). What is going to happen, once I copy all my music
over? Maybe it's indexing my mail from kontact? How can I find out?
Has anyone seen similar behavior?
I had kwrite-4.6.95-1.fc15 installed, but not kate-4.6.95-1.fc15. I was
not able to save files, nor did the menus at the top of the application
work. Most were completely blank.
Then, I installed kate and suddenly kwrite works again.
Is kate supposed to be a dependency for kwrite?