Changed in nautilus-sendto Debian: Thanks a lot for your help. MouSeX mousex wrote on Or maybe it’s just that the Bluetooth manager sets it’s own variable assuming that all other settings which override the bluetooth ones be done by someone else? To post a comment you must log in.
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Yes, it is endrgy there. Or maybe it’s just that the Bluetooth manager sets it’s own variable assuming that all other settings which override the bluetooth ones be done by someone else? I can send by the notification area icon but not from nautilus. I have Ubuntu 9. In a future version, SDP should be used to filter the drop-down list to have only appropriate devices.
For me same identical behaviour of Roffik: Ambricka petter-ambricka wrote on But the code, as it exists right now, is just plain silly. I have Bus Device I’ve 2 users, and lijnker of them were able to send files via ‘Send to Is there anybody fixing this?
Nope, it doesn’t work, the window closes itself crashes? So I think I’ve got some more information about this.
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But it works fine using Bluetooth Applet. So I don’t know if it worked previously but now for sure it’s not: For Intrepid, we can just skip the check that occurs immediately before sending the file.
In hardy everything was fine. VPablo villumar wrote on Thanks a lot for your help. I can reproduce this issue on UL 8. Has “paired” the phone and bt-device before I lijnker to make the transfer.
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Currently it returns false because the UUIDs array for my device doesn’t contain any entries. When Linnked try to send the file using the alternate GUI route which is: See full activity log.
Mario Limonciello superm1 wrote on Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Bus Device Mario, I just wanted to make sure all necessary packages are there, I’m certainly wrong, but I would feel better if I’m sure the bluez packages are the one I expect: Debian Bug tracker Bug Watch Updater bug-watch-updater on Any update on this issue?
With this change, if I try to send a file to a device that can’t receive files, I get a progress window which produces the error “org.
Can I provide any additional information such as lspci etc? I have the same problema with 1.
All updates, still this same issue. It has no way to always be in File Receiving mode.
After the new 1505 updates nautilus-sendto first removed the “Bluetooth OBEX push ” item and after the last updates it has the item again and lists my bluetooth devices but if I klick on “Send” it just displays the message ” Obex Push file transfer unsupported”, this message dissappears after a few seconds.