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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu karmic Koala mouse problem.

    I have similar problems: neither usb mouse nor mousepad accepts left clicks right after booting. Sometimes they work but will give up later on during my X session.
    I can switch over to another...
  2. Re: Howto: Use BlueProximity and your cellphone for security

    Hi Kas,

    what "main page" do you mean? I use the old iPhone and it works too. If it's somewhere on my homepage I should fix it :-)

    Lars
  3. Re: Howto: Use BlueProximity and your cellphone for security

    Hi red_five,

    the script looks cool. I don't know how many people are using blueproximity so I don't know if it would be worth developing a gui to these additional functions. I am short of time at...
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    Re: Python and bluetooth hacker needed

    Hi Maxin,

    i will look at it later. I am at work at the moment and kind of busy...
    Thanks for your search. I've also found a general solution for ioctl missing values as there is a method on how...
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    Re: Python and bluetooth hacker needed

    Hi Maxin,

    thanks for your work. I will check it hopefully tonight. Would this way be working on windows too? Since people keep asking me for a windows version this would be a breakthrough since...
  6. Re: Howto: Use BlueProximity and your cellphone for security

    iRule: Uninstall will work with synaptic as packages installed (also manually) will always appear there.

    Yes, it is a Hardy package but on the .deb on the website should also work with Feisty and...
  7. Re: Howto: Use BlueProximity and your cellphone for security

    There is no reason it should not work. Did I mention that BlueProximity has now made it into Hardy Heron? You could download that package directly and it should install on Feisty and Gutsy without a...
  8. Re: Howto: Use BlueProximity and your cellphone for security

    so you don't see any usable channels with them? If so, did you try the manual way:
  9. Re: Howto: Use BlueProximity and your cellphone for security

    Cool idea - once I find some more time I will look if I could make something like this.

    Bye
    Lars
  10. Re: Howto: Use BlueProximity and your cellphone for security

    Hi there,

    I am pleased to see so many active users of my software. For those not working I would like to invite you to file a bug on Sourceforge.net or in Launchpad. It seems that most problems...
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    Python and bluetooth hacker needed

    Hi there,

    I need some assistance for my project (http://blueproximity.sourceforge.net) where I am using python as the programming language together with pybluez for accessing bluetooth devices.
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