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Old 03-24-2005, 06:33 PM   #1
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Bluetooth Syncing the Treo 650 under Linux

Linux Journal runs a tutorial explaining how you can set up a Bluetooth network between your palmOne Treo 650 device and a Linux machine. One step closer to bringing your Palm to Linux

The Treo 650 runs Palm OS 5, which works rather nicely with GNU/Linux providing you have the proper kernel modules and applications available. A lot of material already exists on how to set up a virtual serial port, so the Bluetooth setup is the main focus of this article.
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I should note that my HOWTO on exactly this topic, including significantly more detail including dozens of screenshots of every step is almost 2 years old now. They've basically repurposed most of what I've given to the community for the last few years.

They never even linked to my document, which was the basis for most of the others on the same topic. With several hundred unique visitors hitting that document per-day, I'd say its still quite popular.

Sigh.

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