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MATE Bluetooth

mate-bluetooth is a fork of gnome-bluetooth (and it is a fork of
bluez-gnome) focused on integration with the MATE desktop environment.

mate-bluetooth is the historical name of the first MATE focused
Bluetooth effort for Linux. As such, when the need came to name
this project, we selected something that was still in the people's

You can find historical versions of mate-bluetooth in the MATE GIT
repository at:

mate-bluetooth does not include the bluez-mate analyzer, or the
proximity tool.


- GLib (with GIO), GTK+, dbus-glib, libhal
- libunique and libnotify
- BlueZ 4.36 is absolutely required
- kernel 2.6.31 (or pre-releases) with the new rfkill
  sub-system are required for rfkill to work [1]
- obexd is required for bluetooth-sendto to work

[1]: Note that read/write access to the /dev/rfkill device is
required and should be provided by the distribution


The original bluez-gnome is:
Copyright (C) 2005-2008  Marcel Holtmann <marcel@holtmann.org>