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Old 8th March 2009, 02:47 PM
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How do I route audio through embedded bluetooth

Hi All
I want to listen to internet radio, pandora.com, last.fm etc via my bluetooth headset. It appears to me that Firefox is using the npviewer.bin program to decode and play the audio from those sites. My problem is I have been unable to figure out how to route the audio to my embedded bluetooth chip.

I know there are alternatives, Rhythmbox works really well for me. I just want more choices.

Asus eeePC 1000H
1 Gb memory
Dual core atom processor
Fedora Core 10

Thanks for your help.
Charlie
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