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Old 05-17-2011, 01:06 PM   #1
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Bluetooth DUN for Fedora 14

I live out in the middle of nowhere and can only access internet via tether. PDAnet doesn't work according to June Fabrics with Fedora yet, but they state that Bluetooth DUN is supported. Can anyone please give me a clue on how to get this to work?
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You should be able to pair your phone with your computer, and then configure it via the Bluetooth Manager to enable as your modem for the internet. Here is a web page regarding the process (generic):
If that does not cover as much as you need to, or if you have any troubles, issue, or questions, feel free to ask.




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