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Old 29th January 2008, 10:07 PM
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Exclamation bluetooth - no adapter found - (Fedora 8 on Toshiba A200 1AX)

hello guyz..
i cant find a solution for my problem.
i've fedora 8 on Toshiba A200 1AX and as u know Toshiba is windows oriented
now, i've installed kdebluetooth application with bluetooth service running and the adapter lid is on (integrated bluetooth).
so, when i try to run kbluetooth i get: no bluetooth adapter
and when i run kbluemon it gets crush.

so, How can i make it running.

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