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    Default Problems with bluetooth GUI on XFCE desktop environment

    Hi there!

    I use openSUSE 12.3 with XFCE DE but I see there is no suitable bluetooth GUI. If I try to install gnome-bluetooth it pulls up 64 dependencies!?! Blueman is obsolete because it's using hal, and bluez-gnome does not exist. So how can I use the bluetooth in XFCE desktop environment?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Problems with bluetooth GUI on XFCE desktop environment

    From what I can tell there is no XFCE specific applet for bluetooth. It looks like gnome-bluetooth or bluedevil (KDE) are your only options.
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    Default Re: Problems with bluetooth GUI on XFCE desktop environment

    I've installed Blueman from a home:/ repo ignoring it's dependency of HAL and it's working.

    Thanks!

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