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Activity log for bug #290875

Date Who What changed Old value New value Message
2008-10-29 21:33:49 Jonathan Ernst bug added bug
2008-11-06 13:17:38 Onkar Shinde gnome-bluetooth: bugtargetdisplayname gnome-bluetooth (Ubuntu) bluez-gnome (Ubuntu)
2008-11-06 13:17:38 Onkar Shinde gnome-bluetooth: bugtargetname gnome-bluetooth (Ubuntu) bluez-gnome (Ubuntu)
2008-11-06 13:17:38 Onkar Shinde gnome-bluetooth: statusexplanation @Andrea, Sending files to phone works same way as it was there in Hardy. Right click any file and select 'Send To ...'. Or right click the bluetooth icon in panel and select 'Send file ...' The option for receiving file has been removed from UI by upstream authors. Probably they want users to simply use 'Browse' functionality provided by nautilus with gvfs backend.
2008-11-06 13:17:38 Onkar Shinde gnome-bluetooth: title Bug #290875 in gnome-bluetooth (Ubuntu): "No more UI to decide whether receiving file via bluetooth is permitted or not in Intrepid" Bug #290875 in bluez-gnome (Ubuntu): "No more UI to decide whether receiving file via bluetooth is permitted or not in Intrepid"
2008-11-10 08:24:26 Jonathan Ernst description In Feisty, the user was forced to install and run an obex server to be able to receive files In Hardy this was fixed and there were options (always accept files, ask user, never accept files) In Intrepid there is no more options, so I don't know if my computer is supposed to be able to accept files or not (because of Bug #211252) Bluetooth is severly broken in Intrepid and there are many regressions (Bug #211252 and Bug #289836 for example) This is a regression between Hardy and Intrepid == Regression details == Discovered in version: Intrepid Last known good version: Hardy == Affected use cases == Receiving files via bluetooth == Known workaround == - use Ubuntu Hardy - use "browse this device" function (note that browsing a device is not the same as being able to receive files from another device) == Potential future workaround == - install and use gnome-user-share, an universe package that depends also on Apache... and that is currently broken (Bug #289487) == Description == In Feisty, the user was forced to install and run an obex server to be able to receive files In Hardy this was fixed and there were options (always accept files, ask user, never accept files) In Intrepid there is no more options, so I don't know if my computer is supposed to be able to accept files or not (because of Bug #211252) Bluetooth is severly broken in Intrepid and there are many regressions (Bug #211252 and Bug #289836 for example)
2009-03-04 10:31:53 Baptiste Mille-Mathias bluez-gnome: status New Invalid
2009-03-04 10:31:53 Baptiste Mille-Mathias bluez-gnome: bugtargetdisplayname bluez-gnome (Ubuntu) gnome-user-share (Ubuntu)
2009-03-04 10:31:53 Baptiste Mille-Mathias bluez-gnome: bugtargetname bluez-gnome (Ubuntu) gnome-user-share (Ubuntu)
2009-03-04 10:31:53 Baptiste Mille-Mathias bluez-gnome: statusexplanation @Andrea, Sending files to phone works same way as it was there in Hardy. Right click any file and select 'Send To ...'. Or right click the bluetooth icon in panel and select 'Send file ...' The option for receiving file has been removed from UI by upstream authors. Probably they want users to simply use 'Browse' functionality provided by nautilus with gvfs backend. For files sharing use gnome-user-share. Closing as INVALID
2009-03-04 10:31:53 Baptiste Mille-Mathias bluez-gnome: title Bug #290875 in bluez-gnome (Ubuntu): "No more UI to decide whether receiving file via bluetooth is permitted or not in Intrepid" Bug #290875 in gnome-user-share (Ubuntu): "No more UI to decide whether receiving file via bluetooth is permitted or not in Intrepid"