Re: Bluetooth connection issue
On Fri, Dec 25, 2009 at 11:36 AM, Girish Kulkarni <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I want to access files on my mobile phone (Nokia 2323) via Bluetooth
> from my laptop (Dell Inspiron 640m) that runs Lenny. The Bluetooth
> Applet on my GNOME desktop gives me this error message:
> Couldn't display "obex://[00:25:cf:c8:8e:b3]".
> Check if the service is available.
> This is puzzling all the more because this connection used to work in
> the past. Still, I did `aptitude search obex,' only to find that
> things related to obex seem to be in place:
> girish@marvin:~$ aptitude search obex
> i cobex - Connector for mobile devices
> i A gnome-vfs-obexftp - GNOME VFS module for OBEX FTP
> i libobexftp-dev - object exchange file transfer library
> v libopenobex-dev -
> i A libopenobex1 - OBEX protocol library
> i A libopenobex1-dev - OBEX protocol library - development files
> i obex-data-server - D-Bus service for OBEX client and server side
> i obexfs - mount filesystem of ObexFTP capable devices
> i obexftp - file transfer utility for devices that use
> the OBEX
> i obexpushd - program for receiving files via Bluetooth or
> i openobex-apps - Applications for OpenOBEX
> What could be going wrong? (I know this issue has been discuss on
> debian-user before. Google shows many threads on other forums too.
> But almost all of them suggest little more than installing
> applications from the above list.)
Did you check your log files?
How about installing gnome-bluetooth?
Learn to appreciate the beauty within...
Sent from India