Blue tooth & Linux

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Blue tooth & Linux

Postby linuxgeek » Sat Nov 22, 2003 2:36 am

AoA Everyone,

I have a sony erricsson p900 phone , a nokia 3650 and a widdcom blue tooth dongle , all of them sync well with each other and with the pc using the usb blue tooth dongle in windows , what i want to do is to use bluetooth adaptor in linux , can someone tell me if their's some way i can mount my phone's drive / MMC Storage media under linux and copy / write files onto in using bt. Is there some way , i can sync up my contact list from evolution to my cell phone.

Another question , how can i know that the blue tooth dongle has paired with the cell phone under linux!

Has anyone tried this ? any suggestions ? comments?


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Postby LinuxFreaK » Sat Nov 22, 2003 4:57 am

Dear Linuxgeek,

do you have bluetooth support in your kernel? try this URL I haven't used bluetooth myself, so I probably won't be much help seems like it would be accessed the same way as like USB that's just my gut feeling

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