On 12/24/2014 06:44 AM, Timothy Murphy wrote:
Is anyone running KDEConnect under Fedora-21?
It's working here (Fedora 21 on a Thinkpad T410 with several Android
I created a service for the ports it needs and left the firewall
says "If you are behind a
firewall, make sure to open the port range 1714-1764 for both TCP and UDP".
Also, is your laptop on the same network as your devices (i.e. are your
devices connected to your wireless network with wifi, or using cell)?
I have yum-installed kde-connect and kde-connect-devel
and followed the (rather arcane) instructions at
But when I click on System Settings=>Hardware=>KDE Connect
on my Fedora-21 Thinkpad T510 laptop
and then click on KDE Connect on my Samsung Galaxy S5
I am told that there are no AVAILABLE DEVICES.
I've tried disabling firewalld on the laptop,
but that does not seem to help.
I am able to ping my phone from my laptop.
(I am unable to ping my laptop, or any IP address,
from the Terminal Emulator app on my phone.)
Glenn Holmer (Linux registered user #16682)
"After the vintage season came the aftermath -- and Cenbe."