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Re: bluetooth in default desktop install?



On Mon, 2006-08-28 at 13:24 -0500, Chris Adams wrote:
> Once upon a time, Arthur Pemberton <pemboa gmail com> said:
> > This would be for the fraction of laptop owners who use Gnone in
> > Fedora and use bluetooth. Isn't that too small a fraction for a
> > package to be installed by default?
> 
> Most other hardware support is included out-of-the-box.  Why should
> Bluetooth be any different?  I don't have a scanner, an HP printer, any
> computer supporting APM, etc., and they are all installed by default.  I
> _do_ have a computer with Bluetooth (although my Bluetooth mouse still
> doesn't work with rawhide).
> 
> Since most not-built-in Bluetooth interfaces are little USB dongles,
> they are definately something that could show up at any time.

Agreed -- we should just do this.  Especially since we're talk about <
half a meg. 

If that's enough to push us over to the next CD, we're likely to hit
that anyway :-P

Jeremy


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