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Give it a Try with my own Howto for those Acpi Cards : ( it isnt much work and cant damage anything) 1. Download Omnibook-source debian package ( use one ...
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    Give it a Try with my own Howto for those Acpi Cards : ( it isnt much work and cant damage anything)

    1. Download Omnibook-source debian package ( use one u get via google etc)
    2. sudo apt-get install module-assistant build-essential
    3. Install the Source
    4. sudo m-a a-i omnibook-source ----> Source Module should be build
    5 .sudo gedit /etc/modules ---> Put "omnibook" in it
    6. make a text file called "omnibook" in /etc/modprobe.d/
    7. Put this line in the file : options omnibook ectype=14 userset=0 lcd=0 display=0 blank=0 battery=0 ac=0
    8. sudo modprobe omnibook ectype=14
    9. Restart

    ----> Then there should be the Bluetooth Icon in the Taskbar..if not, iam very unpleased and helpless

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    "sudo apt-get install module-assistant build-essentia"............this command does not work

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    apt-get doesn't work on rpm-based systems. I haven't used rpm from command line for at least 6 years, so can't recall proper syntax. Hopefully someone else can correct the commands.
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    install build-essential of its own, it worked on my computer...

    if you are on fedore (rpm) etc.

    just use yumextender or in ubuntu (deb) synaptic... search for build-essential...install it
    build the module...

    short : install the files via graphical user interface, system based...

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