[solved] Config files for Gnome bluetooth-applet: where to locate them?
Dne, 16. 07. 2009 22:34:04 je Celejar napisal(a):
> On Thu, 16 Jul 2009 10:06:14 +0200
> Klistvud <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > was: Nokia bluetooth set won't pair anymore.
> > In short: I'm looking for
> > the *location of config files* where bluetooth-applet keeps its
> > paired (bonded) devices. What I do know: it's NOT in /etc/bluetooth
> > it's NOT a per-user configuration (ALL the users on my system are
> > affected). Grepping for a known good bluetooth device (a GSM phone
> > pairs OK) yielded insignificant results.
> I was quite intrigued by this, so I spent a while rooting around and
> experimenting (the documentation here is pretty scanty) until I found
> The files under that directory:
> names a list of device names and their corresponding
> bluetooth device addresses (BDAs)
> lastseen a list of BDAs and the corresponding timestamps of
> when they were last seen
> lastused ditto, mutatis mutandis
> trusts a list of BDAs and their trust statuses
> Why on earth the data is stored there I leave to the great gurus.
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Thanx thanx thanx. I was at my wit's end.
I was on vacation so this may be a bit late but a huge thanx again!
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