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Calling all Linux junkies!!

TheDaemons

Registered Member
By posting here, it is assumed that your are in
support of the fact that Linux is your favorite
operating system. For the most part,
I'm looking to see technical talk, but jokes
and pictures are fully welcome as well:


 
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Mirage

Secret Agent
Staff member
V.I.P.
I used to be into Linux. I think a few people here are but I'm not positive.

Question. Why is the Linux logo a penguin? Don't get me wrong, it works, but it just didn't make sense to me.
 

Nibbles

meep
I have used Linux a bit only to play arcade games. How do you create a bluetooth DUN connection via a mobile modem??
 

dlovely

New Member
I have used Linux a bit only to play arcade games. How do you create a bluetooth DUN connection via a mobile modem??
I tested a few distros and the only one I was able to connect bluetooth through a mobile modem was using PCLinuxOS. Yes, maybe it's because command line is not my virtue yet. Go to the command line (open terminal) and just type 'drakconnect' and just follow the easy steps! Just make sure the phone's bluetooth is on! I did find that a certain bluetooth package should be installed.
 

Nibbles

meep
Go to the command line (open terminal) and just type 'drakconnect' and just follow the easy steps! Just make sure the phone's bluetooth is on! I did find that a certain bluetooth package should be installed.
By packages do you mean certain ones for the type of mobile
model you have? Did you finally find one for your Omnia that is compatible with Windows mobile?
 
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