hi i found your site interesting while browsing online,
i would like to suggest a feedback …why cant you employ mailing list using feedburner. the reader can be updates in their inbox if there is any new post in your wordpress?
it will make easy for him to know about the events that takes place about foss in chennai.
hi mam.. tis is umamaheswari..am the student of skcet and i have attend the workshop on sat and sun .. u gave ur mail id and told me t send queries on foss.. i want t know whether linux support bluetooth.. and if we type man ls in terminal it ill show the description abt ls mam.. but how could i get how many commands r available.. aft viewing tis mess reply t my email….
I was wondering what you want to do with bluetooth? To transfer data from mobile to system or vice versa? or want to use internet via bluetooth?
Anyway, I dont know about other linux distros but Ubuntu does support bluetooth.
You can send/receive file from/to computer and mobile. You can use internet from computer via bluetooth (provided your mobile supports gprs/edge/3gp etc.
You can also use your mobile as desktop controller, mouse and odf prsentation slide controller via bluetooth.
To get a list of **commands** available on your system, hit the [tab] button twice.
**commands** are basically command line programs installed on your system. There are literally millions of programs for linux.
The Linux kernel supports bluetooth natively, and you can do pretty much everything from sending files to a device to connecting a headset. You will need programs to manage bluetooth connections. Blueman is one such application for linux: http://blueman-project.org
Hi!! You’re updating your blog very relegiously. Keep it up.
I keep loafing on the net & usually drop by on your Blogspot to see what’s new & ticking .I’m always made to sit & read atleast 30 minutes.
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Greetings from Openlabs.
We got your reference from Pycon India.
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You’ve abandoned all the good work in Python ?Do you’ve any access to
any study material on Qt,the front end that seamlessly works on all platforms & now taken over by Nokia.I wanted to do some work using Qt as the front end.Pl help me if you can.Sai Sridhar