[PLUG] GPRS on SUSE

Prashanth munichlinux at gmail.com
Tue Mar 20 02:32:05 PDT 2007


On 3/20/07, Somesh  Bartakke <somesh at qvitindia.com> wrote:
> I have SuSe Linux 10.1, Sony Ericsson K320 handset, BSNL card-GPRS enabled.
> Please let me know how to access internet from my Linux desktop desperately otherwise
> I have to use it on win32 as CD provided by sony ericsson contains win32 softwares.
>
>
>

If you are using bluetooth to connect the mobile to the pc, then you
would need to install the packages matching "bluez", "obex" and
kbluetooth.  A step-by-step guide is at
http://www.integrasoftware.it/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=84&Itemid=2
Once rfcomm is set up, KMobileTools (or others) could be set up using
/dev/rfcomm0 to send SMS or use other mobile services.  Of course,
simple file transfers could be done using obex utilities, like the K
Bluetooth OBEX Client, even without rfcomm setup, but for SMS and few
others, it is a must.

-- 
regards,

|Prashanth|

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