jrnosee at gmail.com
jrnosee at gmail.com
Fri Oct 12 09:44:22 CDT 2007
Yes, mine works with windows. Luckily, US Cellular doesn't lock down the
bluetooth capabilities of their phones.
On 10/12/07, Dan Hockey <icepuck2k at mchsi.com> wrote:
> Have you tried to connect to your phone using windows? Some providers
> lock out BT so you can't use it with "non-approved" devices.
> My razor v3 works with windows but I have the same problems in mandriva
> *From:* cialug-bounces at cialug.org [mailto:cialug-bounces at cialug.org] *On
> Behalf Of *jrnosee at gmail.com
> *Sent:* Thursday, October 11, 2007 1:42 PM
> *To:* Central Iowa Linux Users Group
> *Subject:* [Cialug] HALP!
> On Topic:
> I've got two projects I'm working on personally right now that I could
> really use a hand with if anyone can help out.
> 1.) I'm trying to pair my U.S. Cellular Razr V3c bluetooth with linux.
> Specifically ubuntu/debian or CentOS. None of the help I can find via
> google is working AT ALL. My system can find my USB bluetooth adapter and
> can 'hcitool scan' and see my cell phone, but I can't pair the two.
> 2.) Since November's meeting is about embedded linux I was wondering if
> there would be anyone who could give me a hand compiling a kernel with USB
> "device" support for the ARM based NSLU2.
> Also, given last month was about virtualization, I'd like to know if
> anyone's worked with hardware pass-through ( i.e. USB or PCI devices) to a
> VM. I was originally trying #1 above on a VM, but after a pairing failed
> the VM would loose the USB device and I'd have to restart the VM AND the
> host to get it back.
> Off Topic:
> The other night I attempted to cannibalize an old system to build a new PC
> for my wife. Somewhere along the line since the last time I had used it, I
> seem to have killed my Intel P4 Socket478 motherboard. Does anyone know of
> any place local that would still carry a 478 board with 533FSB, DDR (not
> DDR2) memory slots and an AGP slot?...CHEAP?
> Thanks all!
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