Timothy Murphy wrote:
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.
BlueDevil is the replacement for KBluetooth which itself was the replacement
for kdebluetooth. They all are based on BlueZ, and are frontends developed
by the KDE Project to integrate BlueZ into the KDE Plasma Workspace. Only
BlueDevil is actively maintained and works with the Plasma Workspace in KDE
SC 4.6.x, so this is what we ship in Fedora 14 updates and Fedora 15.
Assuming KDE and Bluetooth are compatible,
They are, that's what BlueDevil is for.
is there a howto or tutorial explaining how a Fedora laptop can
communicate with a mobile phone through bluetooth?
The author's blog: http://www.afiestas.org/
has some screenshots and