Glad to see I'm not the only one who would like to have a native KDE 4 app to make communicate my phone and PDA with my computer, :). Strangely it seems not many people in Debian seem to want the same; or perhaps there are some technical difficulties we aren't aware of :-/ These guys do a lot of effort; we all know that and are grateful to them.
Anyway it's a big handicap for Linux to be a real alternative to Windows this distro "slavery". If just there were a really working aptitude-like app which allowed to install form sources and resolve dependencies and updates... Daydreaming, I suppose, but it would be nice.
El Viernes, 27 de Febrero de 2009 12:20:42 Andreas v. Heydwolff escribió:
> Florian Jauernig wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > just a quick reply from me to show up that there are more people interested
> > in kdebluetooth4.
> > I'm missing kdebluetooth4, too - would be great if you could package it!
> > Thanks in advance
> > Florian
> > Am Wednesday 25 February 2009 schrieb Manolete, ese artista...:
> >> Is Kdebluetooth4 being packaged relatively soon?
> >> I've been seeing it in other distros since a couple of months, or so, and
> >> was wondering when would these nice Debian developers of us package it
> >> for the joy and felicity of all us, mortal users (who don't forget to
> >> mention ya'll in our night prayers, BTW), :D.
> >> Cheers.
> "Me too". Exporting kaddressbook to Nokia phones is an important
> function for me, currently executed through kaddressbook/etch 3.5.5
> (3.5.9 had no export to mobile phone function). Gnokii works but
> kaddressbook cannot connect wth gnokii, presumably because
> kdebluethooth4 is broken in this regard.
- From: "Manolete, ese artista..." <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Re: Bluetooth
- From: Florian Jauernig <email@example.com>
- Re: Bluetooth
- From: "Andreas v. Heydwolff" <firstname.lastname@example.org>