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Old 04-29-2005, 03:38 AM   #1
Registered: Feb 2005
Location: India
Distribution: SuSE Linux 9.3 Professional
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Bluetooth Commands on 9.3 LiveDVD

i have two problems in 9.3 Professional LiveDVD

1. All the Bluetooth Commands such as : " hcitool scan " , " sdptool search DUN " , " rfcomm0 bind... " etc. does not execute in Terminal.

Is this because of OS is running from READONLY Media DVD, or some other reasons possibly. I personally believe , all the Terminal Commnds should execute. Is it not so.

2. To successfully run the GPRS connection through Bluetooth on 9.2 Pro, I had to configure some file like " /etc/wvdial.conf " and /etc/ppp/options " etc. I mean to say that i have to edit these files must to run the GPRS on 9.2 successfully. So i need to edit the same files in the same way in 9.3 Live DVD . is it also possible to edit these files or not on LiveDVD of 9.3 Pro?

Please send me the apporpriate solutions.

i will be gratefull to you like all last times.


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