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regarding [kbluetooth] Does not connect to bluetooth device
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Package: kbluetooth
Version: 1.0~beta8-6+b1
Severity: normal
Tags: patch

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kbluetooth does not recognize bluetooth device on my laptop Acer
TravelMate 6292. It's seem strange to me because "BlueProximity -
version 1.2.5" can perform a search of the device in the covered area by
bluetooth (it found the bluetooth device in the area)

Marco Righi

--- System information. ---
Architecture: i386
Kernel:       Linux 2.6.30-1-686

Debian Release: squeeze/sid
  500 testing-proposed-updates
  500 testing
  500 testing
  500 testing
  500 testing

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Package's Recommends field is empty.

Package's Suggests field is empty.

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Version: 1:0.4.2-3+obsolete

As of today, kdebluetooth is no longer in debian unstable and a transitional package that installs bluedevil is provided instead. bluedevil is an entirely different software, so the bug you have reported here is uncertain whether it applies to bluedevil or not. If you wish, you may check this bug with bluedevil and if you think bluedevil is also affected, please open a different bug against bluedevil. This bug report will now be closed.

Thank you for your understanding.

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