abhidg at gmail.com
Sun Jan 20 00:24:43 EST 2008
blueman is a GTK+ bluetooth management utility for GNOME using bluez
dbus backend. However for some features (for example network
connectivity and bluetooth audio sharing) bluez-utils has to be
recompiled with some more options, which are not there in the stock
bluez-utils in Arch.
I wish to move the package into [community], however lots of features
will not work if bluez-utils is not recompiled with the extra options.
AFAIK, Ubuntu has these options enabled by default (at least some of
them) as one user reported blueman to be working perfectly in Ubuntu.
Should I print out a warning message during install? Any suggestions?
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