[maemo-users] Is there an equivalent of "maemo-bt-plugin" for the N800?

From: Ryan Pavlik abiryan at ryand.net
Date: Mon Oct 15 02:04:37 EEST 2007
> Well, on the 770 there is the very convienient maemo-bt-plugin which
> supports Bluetooth keyboards and GPS devices. For the latter it exactly
> takes care of setting up /dev/rfcomm0.
> I was surprised to find out that this does not exist for the N800 but
> suspected that there must be some onboard tool which does that and make
> maemo-bt-plugin obsolete. Obviously I was wrong.
> Does anybody know anything about that? Is there a reason for
> maemo-bt-plugin not to exist for the N800?
> Regards,
> Tilman
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You should just be able to use the Bluetooth control panel to handle 
pairing, etc.  This also handles external keyboards, etc.  (and those 
have an additional control panel applet)

Ryan Pavlik
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AbiWord Community Outreach Project: www.cleardefinition.com/oss/abi/blog/

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