I've managed to do this before under Ubuntu, without any real problems, but I'm having trouble using my bluetooth dongle with my phone.Synaptic says I have bluez blueman gnome-bluetooth and other installed, but when I use "Run Program" to run it, it says "Error: no such file or directory"I reinstalled blueman to no avail.
Okay in this occassion I'll try to write a tutorial about setting bluetooth. In this article and the first time, I use english language. Why? Because I wanna speak english fluently. So, I must try and try. And I'm sorry if my english is not perfect =)
My Operating System is Fedora 17 LXDE.
The first, install the program bluetooth manager. I prefer blueman.
MATE bluetooth does not work.
"Browse on Device" via bluetooth /blueman/ does not work in all distibutions I've tested.
I found a script [ the original thread is not available ]:
mp=~/.obex-"$1" -> mp=~/Bluetooth-"$1" and Dolphin -> Caj
This thread seems to have outdated info on getting bluetooth to work? I'm using the latest Waldorf on my hp mini. I first tried using the Debian Bluetooth User guide http://wiki.debian.org/BluetoothUser but that didn't get me anywhere. Couldn't get the bluetooth icon to show up in the tray and hcitool dev command returns no devices.
Im using lenovo g560 with backtrack 5 r3 installed
i switch on the button of bluetooth on my laptop and install the following as i googled fot the bluetooth drivers for ubuntu
when i open the blueman it shows "No bluetooth adapter found"
but when i switch off the button of bluetooth on keyboard the blueman icon gets cross mark on it (Shows like disabled)
Hi guys,i am trying to set up Vim as my C++ IDE since 2 days and no success so far.I have installed Vim pacman -Q vim
vim 7.3.661-1I have downloaded vim-latex and clang tar balls,extract and place appropriate directorys in ~/.vim e.g.