[gnome-bluetooth] Can't get instance of BT Manager
rincewind at kjames.net
Fri Sep 26 00:03:01 BST 2003
Yes, I'm running Ximian Desktop 2 over Gnome 2.3
The only gnome-bluetooth-control I can find is in /usr/libexec - running
that in a terminal window (either as a user or root) just returns to the
prompt, no output is given. Then gnome-bluetooth-admin just does the
same (I assume for the same reason below - that gnome-bluetooth-control
On Thu, 2003-09-25 at 22:10, Edd Dumbill wrote:
> It's part of gnome-bluetooth. I take it you run GNOME as your desktop?
> The error means that the client program can't, for whatever reason,
> activate the gnome-bluetooth-control Bonobo server.
> To check it works, run gnome-bluetooth-control in a terminal window and
> then start the client program (either the admin tool or the obex
> server). If it still doesn't work then, send whatever gets printed to
> the terminal from these programs.
> On Thu, 2003-09-25 at 21:45, Kevin James wrote:
> > OK, I have recompiled and reinstalled
> > bluez-libs-2.4
> > bluez-pan-1.1
> > bluez-sdp-1.4
> > bluez-utils-2.3
> > openobex-1.0.0
> > openobex-apps-1.0.0
> > libbtctl-0.3
> > gnome-bluetooth-0.4.1
> > with your suggested settings.
> > I'm still getting that error, though.
> > Is the BT Manager part of libbtctl or gnome-bluetooth, or is it one of
> > the other parts that these depend on? I'm just trying to figure out
> > where to start looking for the problem.
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