Il 30/09/2013 11:14, Marco Calistri ha scritto:
> Il 29/09/2013 16:50, John Andersen ha scritto:
>> On 9/29/2013 9:34 AM, Marco Calistri wrote:
>>> Dear openSuSers,
>>> The oddity of this issue is verging the incredible!:
>>> I have a Nokia Lumia 710 smart-phone, running WP-7.8 and I tried to send
>>> a picture from it to my laptop which is running openSUSE 12.3 64 bits,
>>> both from being logged in KDE or Gnome DE, but never the picture is sent
>>> to the computer.
>>> I have of course enabled the file sharing and reviewed all the
>>> configuration of Blue-tooth, but nothing to do: openSUSE refuses to
>>> accept and download the picture from the smart-phone.
>> On KDE, it seems that pairing is a bit different, at least on 12.3.
>> It doesn't care about pins.
>> You click the taskbar tray Icon for bluetooth and select configure
>> Then in the configure window you scan for devices (add a device).
>> This should find your device and show its MAC in hex characters as well as its name.
>> If you select Trusted, then opensuse+KDE will accept connections from that device
>> (whether or not it your Computer is set as visible), and upon sending a file it
>> will pup up a window to accept the file or not. (You can always set this as the default
>> action for files from that device from that same pop up window).
>> (I don't have a windows phone to test with, so I tested with A Surface Pro tablet.)
>> Each time I try to send a file from the device to opensuse/kde I see an authenticate
>> box on the surface pro. But you have to uncheck that, because KDE is using the
>> concept of a trusted device and the authentication option does not show
>> an actionable dialog on KDE.
> Hi John,
> The fact is that using BlueTooth in openSUSE 12.3 I cannot send from
> external device to the system, I can do the contrary: from system to
> device, though not always!
> But I can do it by sending from external device to an Ubuntu virtual
> machine running in same openSUSE 12.3, that is the oddity: it seems
> something is wrong in openSUSE.
Same problem persist with openSUSE 13.1 64bits Gnome Desktop.
Send over BlueTooth from external device to O.S. fails!
A bit disappointed so far :-|
Marco Calistri (amdturion)
opensuse 12.3 (Dartmouth) 64 bit - Kernel 3.7.10-1.16-desktop Gnome 3.8.3
Intel® Core™ i5-2410M CPU @ 2.30GHz × 4 - Intel® Sandybridge Mobile
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