Re: Desktop Linux User Finds Total Solution in OS X
> Now lets throw in some wizbang features
> that no other OS has that I'm aware of.
> How's the bluetooth support in Linux or
> any other OS? Are you surprised to find
> out that I'm posting this while
> connected to the Internet through GPRS
> using my Ericsson T68 transmitting to it
> via my D-Link USB Bluetooth adapter. Do
> that on Linux.
You'll find that the Bluetooth support on Linux
(using the BlueZ stack (included in recent
kernels)) is quite up to the task of connecting
to the 'net over GPRS. All it takes is a couple
of simple commands and setting up a PPP options
and chat script file. No harder than setting
up a regular dial-up connection, really.