Thank you all for your comments, these have been quite helpful.
On 12/23/06, Paul Mc Auley <paul at peema.org> wrote:
> On Saturday 23 December 2006 10:23, Miguel Angel Vilela wrote:
>> > About Dell Bluetooth adaptors, I've read about several people who
> > "have heard of it working on Linux" but I've read nobody who "has
> > managed to get it working on Linux", does anybody know if it really
> > works on Linux or not? Links are very welcome.
>> I have a Dell Inspiron 510m with the vendor provided bluetooth module (which
> seems to be USB under the covers).
>> It just worked without any jiggery or pokery.
>> That said, with subsequent OS updates, the dbus handling shifted about a bit
> so getting the PIN management needed to be nudged a bit, although that's
> more to do with the USB software than hardware.
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