I tried setting up bluetooth in my Kubuntu Hardy Heron Kde4 Remix and after two tries I was successful in doing so , and that is why I thought that I should discuss it with you .
Setting up bluetooth is very easy , go to the Konsole / Terminal and type
” sudo apt-get install kdebluetooth ”
it will ask you for your password and after you provide your password the installation will start .After installing some packages , you will asked the following question:
After this operation, 7037kB of additional disk space will be used.
Do you want to continue [Y/n]?
type ‘ y ‘ and press enter , the installation will complete in some time .
Now , to start bluetooth , write “kbluetooth” on the konsole / terminal and press enter .
You will see an icon of “kbluetooth” in your panel(the one marked with a red circle and and an arrow)
Click on the image , if you are not able to view it .
Go to the icon , right click on the icon and select “send file ”
A window will open , whose image is given below :
Searching Bluetooth Device(s) :
To search the bluetooth device(s) presently available , click the “search” button on the bottom left .
Sending file(s) to Bluetooth Device(s):
To send file(s) , choose the file(s) from the folder and drag them into the box above the “send” button . Choose the device from the searched devices , click on the device to whom you want to send the file(s) and then click on “send” button . Your file(s) will be sent to the desired device . 🙂