Bluetooth mobile phones supported by GNOME and Debian GNU/Linux?
From: Ivo Marino (eim_at_mentors.debian.net)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Wed, 25 Aug 2004 00:23:37 +0200
I am currently thinking about buying a new `third generation` mobile
phone which offers bluetooth connectivity compatible to my Debian
GNU/Linux based Apple iBook (2001).
As Debian GNU/Linux and GNOME user I would like to know which mobile
phones are actually supported by the GNOME bluetooth project and the
Debian GNU/Linux (Unstable) distribution itself in order make the right
choice and buy a compatible piece of hardware.
As far as I always owned Nokia mobile phones (6210) and was always
satisfied with this brand I was considering to buy a Nokia 6230,
6650 or 6610i model.
Of course I would also consider other mobile phones from other vendors
in case they work well with Debian GNU/Linux and GNOME (Bluetooth) in
order to sync and share files between my iBook/PC and the mobile phone
and work as `modem` (GPRS or UMTS) for mobile Internet connection.
I thank you in advantage for any feedback regarding the above topic.
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