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Old 01-10-2006, 09:25 PM   #1
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Cool How to use Bluetooth PAN to communicate in Fedora 3

Now, I am doing a testing project. One mobile phone acts as NAP role and one computer acts as PANU role. They use Bluetooth PAN for communication. In windows, after user connects to Bluetooth PAN (via driver of the Bluetooth), user can see some information of the phone in IE by connecting to the phone over Bluetooth PAN. In Linux (I use Fedora 3), after I connect to the phone (“# pand –connect <destination BT device address>”), some password confirmation dialogs are shown on the phone and the computer, but I can’t see the connection from the phone (BT PAN settings) and I can’t get information from the phone in Mozilla over Bluetooth PAN. It seems that browser in Linux can not connect over Bluetooth PAN.

Can you tell me where the problem is and how to solve it? I would very much appreciate your reply.


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