Install libbluetooth-dev by default so bluecove can work without user intervention

Bug #615504 reported by Leandro
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Bug Description

The bluecove library links with libbluetooth.so so they don't have to use bluez version 3 or 4. Unfortunately there is no file link with this name, this causes java applications using bluetooth to break.
The user must install the package libbluetooth-dev manually so a link with name libbluetooth.so will be created.

See the bluecove explanation here for more details: http://bluecove.org/bluecove-gpl/

Please, install libbluetooth-dev by default on upcoming versions.

I've tested this with Ubuntu 10.04.

Thank you

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Monkey (monkey-libre) wrote :

Thank you for your suggestion. However, the changes you are requesting aren't really a bug and require more discussion, which should be done on an appropriate mailing list or forum. http://www.ubuntu.com/support/community/mailinglists might be a good start for determining which mailing list to use.

Changed in ubuntu:
status: New → Invalid
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Leandro (lehphyro-gmail) wrote :

Would it be ubuntu-devel-discuss?

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