On Sun, Feb 22, 2009 at 4:03 PM, Timothy Murphy <gayleard(a)eircom.net> wrote:
Allen Zhu wrote:
>> > Timothy Murphy wrote:
>> >> What exactly is kdebluetooth meant to do?
>> >> As far as I can see it does nothing,
>> >> either by clicking on the Kdebluetooth4 icon in f->Applications
>> >> or by running kbluetooth4 .
>> > What Fedora version are you using? We have different versions of the
>> > Bluetooth stack including kdebluetooth in Fedora 9 and 10.
>> I'm running standard Fedora-10, updated.
>> I have a Bluetooth logo in my panel, from Kbluetooth4 (which is
>> When I left-click on this icon it seems to do nothing.
>> When I right-click on it I am offered the options
>> Send File, Device Manager, Settings, About and Quit,
>> none of when seem to do anything very useful.
> It basically manages your Bluetooth Adapters, like in Gnome, they use:
and PhoneManager, built on
> Not to be rude, but have you tried the power of Google?
Not to be equally rude, but have you actually tried
kdebluetooth-0.3-1.fc10.i386 (the current version)?
Or do you just know how it works?
If so, can you tell me how you use it to establish a bluetooth connection?
Neither of the documents you cite seems to me to explain this.
As I mentioned, I did not install bluez-gnome
because I wanted to see if and how KBluetooth4 works.
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No, I have not tried the latest version.
I'm not at home, I cannot try it, however, I have found screenshots.
sees that there
are options to select the device you want to use and a New Button to add new
Once you click new, you get
And I think this is not what you get when you write click, but their version
in gets http://linux.softpedia.com/screenshots/Kdebluetooth4_1.png..
Did you see anything like this?