Re: NM + DUN on Fedora-12?


On Wed, June 23, 2010 8:45 pm, Bastien Nocera wrote:
> On Wed, 2010-06-23 at 17:39 -0700, Dan Williams wrote:
> <snip>
>> Googling around a bit I find people with some of the same problems.
>> You're sure you've:
>> a) paired with the computer successfully
>> b) enabled BT DUN in PDAnet
>> c) whatever it says here?
>> etc.  Basically, if that SDP record doesn't show up, there's nothing
>> that Linux or even Windows/Mac OS X can do since the device is saying
>> it's not capable of DUN at all.

I have PDAnet running
I click on Enable Bluetooth DUN
The device is saying "Bluetooth DUN service is running"

Could Sprint have done something to prevent PDAnet from broadcasting DUN?

> Because I still haven't added a way to get to the gnome-bluetooth
> plugins after pairing, you'll need to have PDAnet enabled when pairing.
> It's on the TODO list, but could be done by anyone with a bit of GTK+
> knowledge. See:
> Let me know off list if you're interested in working on this.

Well, I'm interesting in getting DUN (or some other tethering) working on
my Evo...  I'm a little upset that the Interwebs reported that USB
tethering would work, but it doesn't..  And that PDAnet would work, but it

But if I can't even get PDAnet to work...  I don't know what I can do.

> Cheers


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