On Saturday 15 May 2004 00:13, Conall O'Brien wrote:
> > Linux does support Bluetooth - it is in the kernel.
> > You also need some userland programs,
> > as explained by the main developer at
> > <http://www.holtmann.org/linux/bluetooth/>
>> Holtmann is part of the BlueZ team
He is rather more than that.
He is responsible for all the BlueZ kernel code.
I don't think there is a "team" in the normal sense -
some people send him patches, but that's about it.
> and their site is easier to digest
> than a number of HOWTOs reccommended back in Dec 2003, especially for a
> new Linux user who is probably looking for Mandrake specific
> instructions where possible to make things a little easier.
Surely Dec 2003 is not that long ago!
In any case the relevance of the URL was that the many HOWTOs include
Background Pictures for Ericsson Mobile Phones
GNU/Linux and Sony Ericsson T68i
K68 - KDE utility for Sony Ericsson T68i
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