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instructions in the previous section first. Phones like the Nokia 6680 don t need pairing for file transfer, although each transfer will need to be confirmed each time.
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Follow these steps to send files from a Bluetooth device to your PC: 1. Select Applications System Tools Bluetooth File Sharing. Nothing will appear to have happened but, in fact, a new icon will have been added to the notification area. This indicates your computer is ready for incoming Bluetooth connections. 2. On the Bluetooth device from which you wish to send the file, start the file transfer. On the Nokia 6680, I clicked the file and selected Send Via Bluetooth. 3. When the file transfer is initiated, a dialog box will appear on your computer asking if you wish to accept the file, as shown in Figure 8-17. Click OK. (If the two devices are paired, the file transfer may happen instantly without the confirmation dialog box.) The file will be saved to your /home directory.
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Figure 8-17. If you send files from a Bluetooth device to your PC, you may be asked to authorize receipt.
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The easiest way to send files from your PC to a Bluetooth device is to create a desktop shortcut onto which you can drag-and-drop files. Follow these steps to create the shortcut: 1. Right-click the desktop and click Create Launcher. 2. In the Name field, type something like Send file via Bluetooth. 3. In the Command field, type gnome-obex-send. 4. You can also choose to give the new shortcut an appropriate icon. Click the icon button, and then type the following into the Path field: /usr/share/icons/hicolor/48x48/stock/io/stock_bluetooth.png 5. Click OK. After you ve created the icon, you can send files as follows: 1. Drag-and-drop a file onto the launcher (icon) you just created. 2. The Choose Bluetooth Device dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 8-18. Click Refresh to make the computer detect any nearby Bluetooth devices. Remember that your device will need to be set to be visible so that other Bluetooth devices can automatically detect it. 3. Select the device to which you want to transfer the file, and then click OK. 4. Check the device to see if the file transfer needs to be authorized. If the devices are paired, the transfer might take place automatically.
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Figure 8-18. Sending files from your Ubuntu PC is easy if you create a desktop shortcut.
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Using a Bluetooth Keyboard or Mouse
You may find that your Bluetooth-equipped keyboard or mouse works automatically under Ubuntu. However, if not, you may find the following instructions useful: 1. Open a GNOME Terminal window (Applications Accessories Terminal) and type hcitool scan. 2. Your Bluetooth keyboard or mouse should be identified in the results (ignore any other devices that might appear in the list). If not, make sure it isn t in sleep mode. You might also have to press a button on the device for it to be made visible. 3. Alongside the entry for the keyboard or mouse will be a MAC address a series of numbers like 00:12:62:A5:60:F7. 4. In the GNOME Terminal window, type the following: sudo hidd --connect xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx Replace xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx with the series of numbers you discovered in the previous step. 5. You should now find that your keyboard or mouse works under Ubuntu. You now need to make sure your mouse or keyboard works every time you boot your computer, so you ll need to edit the Ubuntu Bluetooth configuration file. Type the following in the GNOME Terminal window to open the configuration file in Gedit: sudo gedit /etc/default/bluez-utils
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6. Search for the line that reads HIDD_ENABLED=0 and change it to HIDD_ENABLED=1. 7. Beneath this will be a line that begins HIDD_OPTIONS=. Change this so it reads like this: HIDD_OPTIONS="--connect xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx --server" Once again, xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx is the MAC number you discovered earlier. 8. If you find that the keyboard or mouse doesn t connect upon reboot, try step 7 again, but this time, change the HIDD_OPTIONS line so it reads like this: HIDD_OPTIONS="-i xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx --server" Again replacing xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx with the MAC address you discovered earlier. 9. Save the file and reboot to see if the mouse or keyboard is working.
Tip If you want to quickly connect a Bluetooth keyboard or mouse to your computer, but don t need to
make it permanent, just open a GNOME Terminal window (Applications Accessories Terminal) and type sudo hidd --search.
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