BARU — Bluetooth Applenix Razor and Ubuntu

Simple easy and fun. Thats was in my head when i try to play with my gadget. Ubuntu which i using for this fun experience looks so stable and lovely. Imagine playing with my apple machine, installing linux on that and setting bluetooth and do pairing.. its like klik your hand and finish. For short story i write in what i do when i want to sleep 😉

Preparation :
1. Ubuntu Edgy for PPC with Apple Machine
2. Mobile Phone, i using Razor V3X with has been compatible with 3G Technology
3. Updating the operating system and aplication via local mirror such as WAN DKI and Indika.Net
4. Installing some application with correlated with bluetooth, you can user this command

root@applenix:~# apt-cache search bluetooth
bluez-cups - Bluetooth printer driver for CUPS
bluez-passkey-gnome - Bluetooth passkey (PIN) agent for GNOME
bluez-pin - Bluetooth PIN helper with D-BUS support
bluez-utils - Bluetooth tools and daemons
kdebluetooth - KDE Bluetooth Framework
kdebluetooth-irmcsync - IrMCSync Konnector for kitchensync
libbluetooth2 - Library to use the BlueZ Linux Bluetooth stack
libbluetooth2-dev - Development files for using the BlueZ Linux Bluetooth library
libbtctl4 - GObject Bluetooth library
libbtctl4-dev - Development files for GObject Bluetooth library
libgnomebt0 - GNOME Bluetooth library
libgnomebt0-dev - Development files for GNOME Bluetooth library
nautilus-sendto - integrates Evolution and Gaim into the Nautilus file manager
qobex - Swiss army knife for the OBject EXchange (obex) protocol
qobex-dev - Swiss army knife for obex testing/development
affix - User space utilities for the Affix Bluetooth protocol stack
affix-common - Common files of the Affix Bluetooth protocol stack for Linux
affix-headers - Header files of the Affix Bluetooth protocol stack for Linux
affix-source - Driver source for the Affix Bluetooth protocol stack for Linux
bluemon - Activate or deactivate programs based on Bluetooth link quality
bluetooth - Bluetooth stack utilities
bluez-btsco - Bluez Bluetooth SCO tool
bluez-hcidump - Analyses Bluetooth HCI packets
bluez-pcmcia-support - PCMCIA support files for BlueZ 2.0 Bluetooth tools
btscanner - ncurses-based scanner for Bluetooth devices
gnome-bluetooth - GNOME Bluetooth tools.
grml-btnet - Programs to quickly build a bluetooth network
libaffix-dev - Development files for the Affix Bluetooth protocol stack
libaffix2 - Libraries for the Affix Bluetooth protocol stack
libmultisync-plugin-irmc - IrMc Mobile plugin for MultiSync
libmultisync-plugin-irmc-bluetooth - Adds Bluetooth support to the IrMC plugin
multisync - A program to synchronize PIM data
obexftp - file transfer utility for devices that use the OBEX protocol
obexserver - Receive files with OBEX protocol
opensync-plugin-irmc - IrMC plugin for opensync
python-bluez - Python wrappers around BlueZ for rapid bluetooth development
python-libbtctl - Python bindings for libbtctl Bluetooth library
telepathy-blue - a bluetooth/sms connection manager for telepathy
ussp-push - Client for OBEX PUSH

Lot of application that you can build with that application. My favorite thinks is to recognize my mobile via bluetooth and its work very well. I using hcitools for make automatic pairing with my mobile phone. Then for more easy way i look into google and i found this website KMOBILE. Thats became my favorite website and easy to use.. cause i was a lazy bustard :))

So just running this :

root@applenix:~# apt-get install kmobiletools
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
The following NEW packages will be installed:
0 upgraded, 1 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
Need to get 142kB of archives.
After unpacking 516kB of additional disk space will be used.
Get:1 edgy/universe kmobiletools [142kB]
Fetched 142kB in 0s (1162kB/s)
Selecting previously deselected package kmobiletools.
(Reading database ... 176364 files and directories currently installed.)
Unpacking kmobiletools (from .../kmobiletools_0.4.3.3-0ubuntu1_powerpc.deb) ...
Setting up kmobiletools ( ...

After that run it from your fav desktop enviroment.. and put the device to /dev/rfcomm0 and you can use you computer to send, call and transfer file.


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    imtheface said,

    Fetched 142kB in 0s (1162kB/s)

    beuhh kenceng nih speed nya?? pake 3G dari mana bos bisa ampe segitu? mau juga donk heheheh 😛

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