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Jan 2, 2009

After an update to fedora 10, I cannot access my bluetooth printer any more.

I used to run hcitool to discover the printer, which still works

Code:

In the printer configuration, I used to enter a URL like this Printer URL bluetooth://000CF606C08A/

Note, the "bluetooth" protocol is not offered any more in printer setup.

I read that Fedora 10 comes with an updated BlueZ 4 package, which has an improved gnome applet.

Code:

The applet discovers the printer, but fails pairing with the device. There seems to be short flash up of a pincode error message (which I cant read).

I've been using blurtooth printing with no problems since Fedora 6.

How to configure bluez cups printing on Fedora 10?

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