Bluetooth

za:http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/ubuntu-linux/125492-solved-problem-bluetooth.html

To follow up on getting bluetooth to work on Ubuntu Hardy, I did this:

1) visit this site, and add the Debian sid repository
Unofficial Debian packages
it is not necessary to add the source repository.

1a) refresh synaptic, and add the package
omnibook-source

2) use module-assistant to build the kernel module (but first, exit synaptic)
sudo m-a a-i omnibook-source
(you have to work out how to get module-assistant working yourself. It is a package; you can find it in Synaptic. Make sure you install all recommended dependencies. Try installing build-essential as well)

3) we need to make sure the module loads at startup
so edit the file /etc/modules
sudo vi /etc/modules
and add the line
omnibook
at the end

4) and we need to get it working so make a file called omnibook in /etc/modprobe.d
and in this file put one line
omnibook ectype=14

5) you don't need to reboot. You can do this
sudo modprobe omnibook ectype=14

by doing this, the bluetooth icon appears.
I just synced my phone. It works very well.

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