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PC-BSD 9.1 will include a new GUI for managing bluetooth devices.
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PC-BSD&nbsp;9.1 will include a new GUI for managing bluetooth devices.
  
== Testing via v9.0 ==
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If you would like to assist in testing this GUI, you can compile and install the code on your PC-BSD 9.0 system as follows:
 
If you would like to assist in testing this GUI, you can compile and install the code on your PC-BSD 9.0 system as follows:
  
First, make sure that these two development packages are showing as installed in Control Panel ➜ System Manager ➜ System Packages ➜ Development:
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First, check <span class=traverse>''{{local|link=Control Panel}}''{{rarr}}''{{local|link=System Manager|anchor=Install/Uninstall Desktops and System_Components|System Manager}}''{{rarr}}''System Packages''{{rarr}}''Development''</span> to make sure that these two development packages are installed:
  
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* Development-VCS
 
* Development-VCS
  
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* Development-Qt
 
* Development-Qt
  
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As superuser, download the source and compile the Bluetooth Manager and Tray applications:
 
As superuser, download the source and compile the Bluetooth Manager and Tray applications:
  
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svn co svn://svn.pcbsd.org/pcbsd/current/src-qt4/
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{{cli|xterm=
cd src-qt4/libpcbsd
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svn co <nowiki>svn://</nowiki>svn.pcbsd.org/pcbsd/current/src-qt4/<br/>
qmake-qt4 *.pro
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cd src-qt4/libpcbsd<br/>
make && make install
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qmake-qt4 *.pro<br/>
cd ../pc-bluetoothmanager
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make && make install<br/>
qmake-qt4 *.pro
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cd ../pc-bluetoothmanager<br/>
make && make install
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qmake-qt4 *.pro<br/>
cd ../pc-bluetoothtray
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make && make install<br/>
qmake-qt4 *.pro
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cd ../pc-bluetoothtray<br/>
make && make install</nowiki>
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qmake-qt4 *.pro<br/>
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make && make install<br/>
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When finished, leave the superuser account and start the Bluetooth Manager:
 
When finished, leave the superuser account and start the Bluetooth Manager:
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pc-su pc-bluetoothmanager (will prompt for superuser password)
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Alternately, place the Bluetooth Manager in the system tray:
 
Alternately, place the Bluetooth Manager in the system tray:
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{{cli|xterm=
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pc-su pc-bluetoothtray
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pc-su pc-bluetoothtray (will prompt for superuser password)
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{{note|icon64=The Bluetooth Tray currently activates on right-click, but nothing activates on left-click as of yet.}}
Note that the Bluetooth Tray currently activates on right-click, but nothing activates on left-click as of yet.
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If you try it out, let us know if you encounter any errors or need additional functionality. Feedback can be sent to the [http://lists.pcbsd.org/mailman/listinfo/testing testing mailing list]. The table below will assist those seeking to discover if their device will work.
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== What currently works ==
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If you try it out, let us know if you encounter any errors or need additional functionality. Feedback can be sent to the {{citelink|pcbsdlists|url=testing|txt=testing mailing list}}. The table below will assist those seeking to discover if their device will work.
  
'''Table: Bluetooth devices tested. How well does your bluetooth device work?'''
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== What currently works == <!--T:14-->
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How well does your bluetooth device work?
  
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{{Tbl-title|width=10%|'''Type'''}}
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{{Tbl-init|caption=1. Tested Bluetooth devices}}
{{Tbl-title|width=23%|'''Name'''}}
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!width=10%|'''Type'''  <!-- This is a preliminary table, if other categories are better suited, modify -->
{{Tbl-title|width=7%|'''Brand'''}}
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!width=23%|'''Name'''
{{Tbl-title|width=7%|'''Model'''}}
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!width=7%|'''Brand'''
{{Tbl-title|width=53%|'''Comments'''}}
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!width=7%|'''Model'''
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!width=53%|'''Comments'''
 
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{{tbl-cell|row=1|<!-- replace this comment with Type of device -->}}
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|<!-- replace this comment with Type of device -->
{{tbl-cell|row=1|<!-- replace this comment with Name of device -->}}
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|<!-- replace this comment with Name of device -->
{{tbl-cell|row=1|<!-- replace this comment with Brand of device -->}}
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|<!-- replace this comment with Brand of device -->
{{tbl-cell|row=1|<!-- replace this comment with Model of device -->}}
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|<!-- replace this comment with Model of device -->
{{tbl-cell|row=1|<!-- replace this comment with Comments on use/capability/caveats -->}}
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{{GroupListHeading|group=tables}}
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[[category:Bluetooth]]
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Latest revision as of 22:21, 6 November 2013

Contents

PC-BSD 9.1 will include a new GUI for managing bluetooth devices.

[edit] Testing via v9.0

If you would like to assist in testing this GUI, you can compile and install the code on your PC-BSD 9.0 system as follows:

First, check Control Panel → System Manager → System Packages → Development to make sure that these two development packages are installed:

  • Development-VCS
  • Development-Qt

As superuser, download the source and compile the Bluetooth Manager and Tray applications:

Pseudo-xterm-left.png Xterm Pseudo-xterm-right.png

svn co svn://svn.pcbsd.org/pcbsd/current/src-qt4/
cd src-qt4/libpcbsd
qmake-qt4 *.pro
make && make install
cd ../pc-bluetoothmanager
qmake-qt4 *.pro
make && make install
cd ../pc-bluetoothtray
qmake-qt4 *.pro
make && make install

When finished, leave the superuser account and start the Bluetooth Manager:

Pseudo-xterm-left.png Xterm Pseudo-xterm-right.png

pc-su pc-bluetoothmanager

(will prompt for superuser password)

Alternately, place the Bluetooth Manager in the system tray:

Pseudo-xterm-left.png Xterm Pseudo-xterm-right.png

pc-su pc-bluetoothtray

(will prompt for superuser password)

NOTE: The Bluetooth Tray currently activates on right-click, but nothing activates on left-click as of yet.

If you try it out, let us know if you encounter any errors or need additional functionality. Feedback can be sent to the testing mailing list[1]. The table below will assist those seeking to discover if their device will work.

[edit] What currently works

How well does your bluetooth device work?

Table 1. Tested Bluetooth devices [tables 1]
Type Name Brand Model Comments

References


  1. http://lists.pcbsd.org/mailman/listinfo/testing

List of Tables


  1. Table 1. Tested Bluetooth devices
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