Want help to connect nokia 6630 to use internet via bluetooth or DK2 cable
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 9, 2007
I want to connect to the internet using my nokia 6630 via DK2 cable or bluetooth. I'm using SuSE 10.1 on my Campaq presario V2000 (celeron 1.5) laptop. I'm using a bluetooth dongle and the drivers have been automatically identified by SuSE and I can transfer files (images or audio) from laptop to mobile or vice versa by using the KBluetooth Client (OBEX File Transfer). But the real problem arises when I try to connect to internet. When I connect my mobile through DK2 cable it is not identified by SuSE. Apart from that, if I connect through bluetooth, the other OBEX services dont seem to open. It asks for 'open with' or 'save as' option. I dont have any idea what it is !!! It would be of great help if someone can also tell me how to use the Nokia pc suite services that is available with SuSE.
Please help me connect to the internet through mobile.
can't connect to internet via ethernet or wireless
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 6, 2009
Hi, I'm running Ubuntu off a live CD and wanted to make sure I could connect to the internet before I installed it, but I can't connect via either wireless or wired connection, I was hoping someone could help me:
I plug in the ethernet cord and the green and orange indicator lights light up normally. Then I do System --> Administration --> Networking and deactivate all other connections except eth0, which I activate. I don't get any error messages through any of this. But then when I open Firefox, I still can't connect to any websites.
Thanks for your help!!
Help needed browsing files on phone via Bluetooth
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 22, 2011
I'm running Ubuntu 11.10 (64-bit) and I'm not able to browse files on my LG GS170 phone via Bluetooth. I *was* able to do so with Ubuntu 11.04, but I can't with Ubuntu 11.10. With Ubuntu 11.04, I was running the GNOME desktop. With Ubuntu 11.10, I'm running Unity 3D.
What happens is, after pairing the computer with the phone (both the computer AND the phone acknowledge the pairing), I click the "Browse Files" button in the Bluetooth settings to browse the files on the phone. My phone prompts me to accept the connection from the computer and I do. NO window opens on the computer side, so I'm not able to see the files on the phone!
I was able to do this with Ubuntu 11.04 and GNOME just fine. After choosing to browse files on the phone, a Nautilus window would open with folders on the phone and I could navigate around, etc.
Any ideas on what could be wrong?
[SOLVED] Connect to linux mysql socket via putty or workbench
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 3, 2012
recently i have has configured tunnel in putty for mysql database connection and used it in workbench as a localhost. It was very easy, but since i re-installed the box, there is --skip-networking with the mysqld, that prevents connecting to mysql the old way. I have red that it is preferred to use sockets, but i have trouble to make the tunnel connection.
Is there a tutorial or something how to tunnel the database socket from my linux box via putty or some other software and use it on my dev machine (windows 7 with workbench) ?
HOW TO: Sync Nokia E71 with Evolution via Bluetooth Ubuntu 9.10
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 24, 2010
After many hours over the last 2 weeks trying to Sync my Nokia E71 with Evolution via Bluetooth on Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic), I finally have it working. I thought to add this post, as I did not find anything recent with a complete step by step breakdown on Ubuntu 9.10.
I want to thank the blogger at OnAgendaTech for his very useful instructions under Ubuntu 9.04. I found I only had to make a couple of minor changes to get things up and running.
To get started, you'll need to install these packages (plus any dependencies they call for):
NOTE:All of the OpenSync set of packages need to be of the same version. On Ubuntu 9.10 these version numbers all began with 0.22-2
The Multisync packages were 0.92.0
You can use Ubuntu's Synaptic Package Manager to install these (System=>Administration=>Synaptic Package Manager) or from a Termin
Communicate with and control a printer device via bluetooth or USB
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
The device is a label printer. It can be connected to via bluetooth and USB. I would imagine it is running some kind of linux, as it has a fairly complex interface/screen, but am not sure. In fact, this is something I would like to determine. But my goal is to get a shell, or some kind of 'meaningful' connection through which I can send commands/data which will trigger print events by the printer without using the manufacturer's software
Connecting to the device in ubuntu via USB creates /dev/usb/lp0. I tried connecting to this using python's serial module, but it couldn't connect to the serial port.
Via bluetooth I was also able to connect, using hcitool scan to get the device's MAC address and then rfcomm to connect (using this approach) . This created /dev/rfcomm0, which I was able to connect to and send data to using python.
Is it feasible to mimic the data normally sent over usb/bluetooth by the manufacturer's software to print without the software? I assume getting this wou
how can i connect my Nokia N72 with Ubuntu 11.04 for internet browsing via Bluetooth?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 25, 2011
how can i connect my Nokia N72 with Ubuntu 11.04 for GPRS internet browsing via Bluetooth?
I connected my phone via Bluetooth with my PC, and tried setting up settings in mobile broadband section but i don't see a connect to internet option there for me to connect to network.
Connect to internet via phone (bluetooth) in ubuntu ? how?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 21, 2010
i am a new linux user.. i have got myself a couple of ubuntu 9.10 live cds..
i have booted my laptop after inserting the live cds into the dvd tray..
thus ubuntu booted from the live cd..and i was TRYING to get familiar with ubuntu (linux..)
my problem was that i couldnt connect to the internet from ubuntu.. but its a piece of cake when im using my windows 7. (duh.. )
so guys.. HOW o you connect to the internet from the ubuntu.. using:
a EDGE/GPRS enabled phone
a bluetooth device??
i have tried many things.. and have visited many pages but i dont really understand what to do...
how do you set up the connection and then how to connect to the internet from the PHONE(using it as the modem via bluetooth)..
any help would be highly appreciated... thanks guys...
Possible? How to connect a Mac to a Linux to use Internet?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 23, 2012
Here is my situation, I'm at a place "in space and time", where there is only dialup. :/
The Linux box is using a modem via dialup to connect to the Internet. It is working, the ppp0 interface is up, hence I am able posting this.
I have a Mac with no modem, but it has a network card and wifi card, but there is no wifi in this area. Both the Mac and the Linux seem to have a socket on the back for an ethernet(?) cable.
How can I connect the Mac to the Linux box, so that the Mac can use the net too using the Linux's dialup connection?
VM to connect Internet via Host
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 12, 2014
Host Debian 7.3
VM Ubuntu 12.04
Cable connection of Host
ISP -> PC
Static IP address
Host can access Internet
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