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kbluetooth

   0.4.2  

KDE Hardware Utility

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  3752
Submitted:  Sep 17 2009
Updated:  Feb 21 2010

Description:

KBluetooth is a program which aims to provide a complete application for the usage of bluetooth within KDE.

This is a continuation of kde-bluetooth, but with a very different philosophy, we\'re going to focus first in the user needs, which means implement everything that a bluetooth application should have.

Once we have it finished and the user has almost all his needs fulfilled, we\'ll change our focus to develop/improve the current KDE bluetooth support, so a lot of solid movement is expected.




Changelog:

Version 0.4.2
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* Fix speed calculation when receiving and sending filesI
* Pairing request are accepted also when clicking on Trust button
* Important dialogs are modal, so they’re not hidden by other applications
* Fix a crash that happens when the sender device disconnects before the file transfer is accepted

Version 0.4.1
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* Fix a crash when receiving files

Version 0.4
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* Kbluetooth can connect to an already know device without have to remove/create it again.
* Fix quite a lot dbus related crashes.
* The receive directory is now configurable with an interface.
* The receive dialog allows you to configure where the file will be saved.
* Add devices to a \"white list\" to auto accept files comming from these devices (uses KWallet so is secure).
* Send to allow to select more than one file to be send.
* Fix some issues while receiving more than one file in the same execution.
* Integration with nepomuk (this was done before, but not announced).
* Nepomuk is optional at build time.
* Compatible with kde 4.3 or greater
* i18n should be fixed now, let\'s go to translate!




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 kbluetooth-0.4.2

 
 by kurtz77 on: Mar 4 2010
 
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I've compiled latest source code on my Mandriva 2010.0 x86-64 and kbluetooth works well, finally.

Good job.


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 How to install it?

 
 by DenisSeidel on: Mar 4 2010
 
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I just downloaded the archive and extracted it. How can I compile it? There is no configure or make file.

Maybe there is help in the readme-file, but there is no readme-file.

So I searched the linked project-website for help and found: nothing!

Ok, I am just a normal, stupid user, but I asked myself: why it is so hard to write an installation-how-to and publish it on the website of this project?

Can anybody tell me that?


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 Re: How to install it?

 
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Take it easy men, we're not here to serve you keep it in mind.

There is no "install" because advanced users usually know how to deal with cmake, and normal users wait until they distribution packs the software.

To build it just do:
cmake ./ -CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=(your prefix here)

And then:
make install

Cya


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 Re: Re: How to install it?

 
 by mfriedrichs on: Mar 8 2010
 
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What a pity, it really sounds like a good App,- but also "keep in mind": first of all, we are "users". All we need is something we can "use".
I dont know where any header files or compiler binaries have to be or wich Prefix this cmake order really needs for don't running in trouble with my other bluetooth installations.
Such a high risk prevents me from making any experiments with it..
As i said: what a pity.
This nice piece of work and all the time it needed, was only made for some kind of "advanced linux users".


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 system tray applet

 
 by KDesk on: May 3 2010
 
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Hi, is there a way to only start the kbluetooth applet (from the system tray) when there is a hardware or the hardware is turn on?


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 time for 0.5?

 
 by Homer863 on: Jul 13 2010
 
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Hi,

kbluetooth is one of the best kde-apps ;) But I'm really missing the audio-feature.

Is it already in current svn? Is there any time for release of 0.5?


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 KBluetooth is crashy

 
 by mmmmna on: Sep 13 2010
 
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Kubuntu 10.04 LTS, KBluetooth is 0.4.

I have a Rocketfish universal Bluetooth adapter (RF-MRBTAD, Broadcom based), it connects with a lot of stuff when KBluetooth stays running.

For other reasons I have disabled KWallet (I cannot trust and will not and cannot rely upon anything but myself to store sensitive data such as passwords), and Nepomuk is totally UNWANTED on my system.

Sorry to see the wholesale dependence on these programs. Maybe my deconfiguration of these programs is why KBluetooth will crash on random user interactions? That said, keep in mind that I will not allow them back just to help KBluetooth - they really shouldn't be critical to an application reading and writing configuration files.

FWIW, the multiple file dialog is checked but usually KBluetooth will only allow single files to be transferred. Only ONCE has KBluetooth allowed me a multi file transfer. Nothing changed on the source device of the files, only KBluetooth changes because after it crashes some configuration data is missing.


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 Pick Folder

 
 by dyrvere on: Sep 23 2010
 
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The first time I run Kbluetooth a window pops up with the title "Choose Folder" completely skipping the part what this folder is supposed to be for (recieved files, serials, connection data, what?!) :D It could be useful telling users what this is.

But nice work anyway, cheers!


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