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Old 10-31-2004, 06:05 PM   #1
seaeye
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mobile + bluetooth


hi;

a total rookie and ex-windows-kid needs a net connection via bluetooth, using his mobilephone (Motorola E398).



ok... ok... i can connect to the phone and see files inside, but how can i specify in the system, that i have a modem there? the netowrking service is detected (mandrake community 10.1), i have no idea how to use it.

thanks in advance!
 
  


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