My laptop has a blue tooth module, and it appears to be configured properly when I installed Debian testing the other day by selecting 'Laptop' in tasksel during installation, it appears the kernel has native blue tooth support. As for a desktop, you either need a blue tooth module integrated onto the mother board or via an expansion card, or via USB to an external blue tooth module. Because blue tooth has been around for seven + years now, I would think it is well supported in most mainstream distributions. Keep in mind that Fedora is equivalent to Debian Unstable, meaning, not everything works perfectly off the hop because most of the software in Fedora is in a development stage, not stable.
Last edited by Junior Hacker; 05-19-2007 at 09:50 PM.