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Old 18th August 2007, 05:22 PM
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bluetooth audio (A2DP) for Linux

I'm thinking of buying a bluetooth receiver for my stereo cause I want to listen to music from my computer on it. At the moment there's a long cable lying across the floor of my living room. I think this can't be a solution for ever, so I look for alternatives. I got a bluetooth stick for my pc, so I just got to buy the receiver for my stereo.
My Question is whether bluetooth audio (A2DP) is supported by fedora or whether there's additional software available? On windows that's no problem, I just activate this service in the menu of the software that I got with that bluetooth stick and it would work, but how about linux? Cause I don't really have any possibility of testing it would be nice to know how it works before bying.
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