Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 473892
Init script for dund is missing.
Last modified: 2009-08-05 19:15:43 EDT
Description of problem:
After upgrade to F10, bluez-utils has been replaced by bluez package.
There is no /etc/rc.d/init.d/dund script in this new package and may be also sysconfig scripts are missing.
Dund is not running after upgrade. Is there any other way to do this?
May be a new place for sysconfig files can be /etc/sysconfig/bluetooth,
but an requirement for starting dund from an init script is still present.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
No dund is running after upgrade.
An running dund.
We didn't include the initscript because we weren't aware that anyone was successfully using dund in this mode. If you make it run, does it actually work for you? In what mode are you using it?
I am using dund with nokia phone, connecting to internet over bluetooth.
Worked well with older bluez and is working well too with current, just I need to start dund manually.
My /etc/sysconfig/dund file:
DUNDARGS='--listen --channel 4 call dun'
Do you need more information?
Split it off in a separate -compat sub-package. Could you please test this build, and let us know whether it works for you:
Can you request a build for Fedora 10?
My system is an Fedora 10 and I can't update to an unstable system.
Then I can test your package.
No, I need it tested before backporting it. You should be able to install that package easily on F10 though.
I installed bluez-compat-4.37-2.fc12.i586.rpm and ran service dund start, and after that I can connect to internet over bluetooth with my Palm.
Also works perfectly for me.
There is no bluez-compat package available in F11. Could you please backport it?