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Re: BlueTooth Issues



i have not experienced any headaches with fedora 8.At least nothing major, a couple of minor
issues overall but nothing that shut me down, just minor annoyances really. Perhaps my experience
is unique? A dozen disc's? Try one disc. Yeah one disc is all i needed to burn.
--- Donald Reader <fc-list reader ws> wrote:

> On Tue, 2008-01-01 at 00:28 +0200, Gilboa Davara wrote:
> 
> > On Dec 31, 2007 9:02 PM, Donald Reader <fc-list reader ws> wrote:
> > >
> > >  Man I am ready to give up on this project. I have looked for an updated
> > > package that will work on my system with
> > >  no results what so ever. Even tried the packages for the fc8 and fc9
> > > releases LOL even though I should not have.
> > >  the only one that comes close to working is kdebluetooth.i386
> > > 0:1.0-0.16.20060908svn.fc6. The only issue with it is
> > >  I still can not get the darn pin input box to popup like it should. It does
> > > read the headset. Also need to get the headset and
> > >  hands free services activated some how as that might be the issue. Again I
> > > don't my head from a hole in the ground on
> > >  this one.
> > >
> > >  SomeOne PLEASE help
> > >
> > >  Don
> > > --
> > 
> > Don,
> > 
> > A. FC6 has been EOL'ed and is no longer supported. You should consider
> > upgrading your FC6 machine to F7 or F8.
> > B. You're using an old (and unsupported) version of kdebluetooth. You
> > cannot install newer versions of kdebluetooth (taken from F7/8) on FC6
> > as they require newer versions of the bluetooth tool-chain that are
> > only included in F7 (or above).
> > 
> > ... In short, if you want to use kdebluetooth, you'll have to upgrade
> > to a -supported- version of Fedora.
> > 
> > - Gilboa
> > 
> 
> Thanks and it is easier said than done as far a updating the whole
> operating system. I don't have
> but the one computer and I can't be offline for that long of a time. I
> also am having major issues 
> with my cd burner so burning new cds is out of the question and most of
> my spare blanks went
> into getting fc6 burned. I knew I was going to get upgrade or get lost.
> I really wish there was an 
> easy way to upgrade without wasting a few dozen disc's again. I read
> somewhere it can be done
> so now need to find out how.
> 
> I have run fedora for years and could usually find the answers to issues
> on my own. I finally get
> to the point of fustration that I decided to join this list in hopes of
> getting some answers. You would
> think that it being an older version someone would have an answer or at
> least a few links. This has
> sure taught me a lesson about trying to get help anywhere. As usual left
> on your own no matter what.
> and to think I have talked ppl into getting and running fedora on their
> computers and they usually come
> to me for answers and I can usually find them if I don't already know
> it. The one time I seemed to get
> stumped and I am told upgrade. Sounds to me like fc8 is a headache and I
> don't need my computer down
> or not able to connect to my servers online
> 
> Thanks
> Don
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