2 comments Wednesday, January 23, 2008

I started two new blogs in this week. One[1] containing best web designs, css design and web design tutorials and the other[2] containing photoshop related resources from the internet.
[1]design²
[2]photoshop²

43 comments Monday, January 7, 2008

Today I saw some one from Lanka Linux User Group has asked this question on LUG mailing list. Even though I didn't have a N70 on my own, I burrow my cousin's N70 and tried to connect it using "openobex" and "obextool". I was able to successfully connect to cousin's N70 using obexftp which comes with openobex and obextool.
Here are the steps I followed in my Ubuntu Gutsy:

1. First I installed obexftp and obextool using following command.

"sudo apt-get install obextool obexftp"

2. Then I connect my N70 using USB connector and execute following command.

"sudo obexftp -u"

If your N70 is correctly connected to your machine using USB and if obexftp is working fine you must see the following output.

3. If we got above output we know now we have the interface to use to connect to N70. Then I execute the following command.

"sudo obexftp -u 1 -l"

And got the following out put.

4. Finally I execute the following command and run GUI using obextool.

"sudo obextool --obexcmd "obexftp -u 1"


I only browse through the files inside phone and didn't have time to check more stuff. Try this on your own and find ways to do more things using obextool.

2 comments Wednesday, January 2, 2008