On Sa, 2010-01-30 at 14:00 +0000, Suyog wrote:
I got it working after installing libbluetooth2 which was available in
Ubuntu Hardy packages, I read that it will work without any issues
along with libbluetooth3. I got it from following location.
Glad you got it working. I also just uploaded the promised recompiled
binaries which no longer depend on libbluetooth. As an extra bonus, they
also don't depend on libpcre.so.3 (without loss of functionality), which
was a problem on Fedora 11.
Now I am getting various kind of issues while doing sync from GUI, i
tried google and OVI and both failed.
I will try to play more with this and report issues to you later.
Yes, please. When you report them via the bug tracker (see
) it'll be easier to ensure that all
issues get resolved.
Also I did try 0.9.2 but still getting same issue which i have send
Congwu, i.e I do not see addressbook in GUI. I did everything from
clean uninstall and install but still problem continues, Also I have
ensured in config file that addressbook sync is enabled.Seems very
strange issue. Can you help here?
What is the output of "syncevolution --print-config <config name>
One good thing is that more people have tried and used syncevolution
successfully by following how-to which i posted on my blog, comments
have been encouraging.I wish you could add local bluetooth sync with
phones to GUI soon.That's really pain area right now with opensync.
We do what we can - perhaps not enough yet, but we'll continue ;-}
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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