Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sun 27th Feb 2005 12:07 UTC
Internet & Networking Following my earlier article about creating a Bluetooth access point with your OS, here is my quick guide how to do just that with Arch Linux. You will need two Bluetooth-enabled devices to start with, and some patience as setting up Bluetooth is problematic on all OSes (each one with its own quirks).
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Re: Anonymous
by Anonymous on Sun 27th Feb 2005 20:59 UTC

No, i'm as serious as Eugenia when it comes to making silly statements about 'The *Insert OS Name here* Way'

It's just that the very method that was claimed as inadequate and overly time consuming on OS X is apparently a valid approach on a Linux distro.

I mean, they're both UNIX-like OSes with fancy graphical shells, so I don't see why a shareware app is required on OS X but no on Linux.