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Re: bluetooth in default desktop install?

Panu Matilainen wrote:
> On Mon, 28 Aug 2006, Denis Leroy wrote:
> > Alexander Larsson wrote:
> >> I see that gnome-bluetooth is now an optional package in the gnome
> >> installer group, and things like nautilus-sendto-bluetooth isn't
> >> included at all right now.
> >> 
> >> I think a lot of machines (laptops) these days ship with Bluetooth
> >> support though, and a lot of people have mobile phones with Bluetooth
> >> support. Maybe we should install packages like this by default so that
> >> you can send a file to your phone in an out of the box FC6 install.
> >> 
> >> Opinions?
> >
> > We're dealing with 372 Kb of packages here, so I think this is definitely 
> > worth installing by default. I also have a bluetooth phone, so this is not 
> > just reserved to laptop users.
> Another metoo - I have a bluetooth dongle on my desktop for transferring 
> photos from phone to computer. Hardly an uncommon task these days, at 
> least in this part of the world :)

What about:
- Installed by default, but
- In a separate Anaconda/Pirut group so it can be easily de-selected
during installation?

(It would be oh-so-nice to have an "install these packages if the
hardware is present" capability to set an intelligent default for this
kind of thing).

Chris Tyler

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