On Wed, 2005-07-20 at 10:32 +0100, Dermot Daly wrote:
> Hi there,
> I'm about to invest in a USB bluetooth adapter so I can communicate
> with my mobile phone. Has anyone any gotcha/things to watch out
> for/good experiences/which one to buy/where etc. etc.
I have an MSI-6967 and I ave never had a problem with it. Can't seem to
find them any more in komplett, but I think that most USB ones are fine
with linux now.
What mobile do you have?
I used the following with mine (SE T68i, SE T630):
Multisync, to sync contacts and calendars:
gnome-bluetooth and gnome-phonemanager:
(If you are using fedora core nrpms (nrpms.net) is a good source for
and bluemote, which is frankly bloody useless (well, not totally), but
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