[gnome-bluetooth] Enabling serial rfcomm in gnome-bluetooth

Jud Craft craftjml at gmail.com
Thu Jun 4 20:30:53 CEST 2009

Sounds good.  I'll try that too.

On Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 10:23 AM, Bastien Nocera <hadess at hadess.net> wrote:
> On Thu, 2009-06-04 at 10:03 -0500, Jud Craft wrote:
>> That is one all-start response.  I was starting to worry that there
>> wasn't any traffic on the gnome-bluetooth list.
> I was on holidays :)
>> Thanks a lot!  I'll hop around to the Bitpim place after a while and
>> ask them about using real Bluetooth.
> Well, not so much "real" as "native".
>> In the meantime, since gnome-bluetooth doesn't support rfcomm
>> functionality, does that mean I need to install bluez-gnome in order
>> to enable it?  (Or is sticking rfcomm in /etc/rc.local all it takes?
>> I'm not sure if you mean that the Bluez stack is a prerequisite for
>> rfcomm capability.)
>> If so, can I install bluez-gnome alongside gnome-bluetooth?  I don't
>> want to mess up my F11 Bluetooth stack.
> You can't install bluez-gnome and gnome-bluetooth at the same time, the
> binary names, are the same.
> Adding the line above in your rc.local will have the same effect as
> using the "serial" service in the old bluez-gnome (except it will keep
> across reboots).
> Cheers

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