|| ||Mike Fedotov <mo_fedotov-AT-mail.ru>|
|| ||kde-announce-apps <kde-announce-apps-AT-kde.org>|
|| ||kAnyRemote 2.12|
|| ||Wed, 23 May 2007 22:04:34 +0200|
The overall goal of this project is to provide
wireless Bluetooth or InfraRed remote control
service for KDE. In contrast with other Bluetooth
remote control programs kAnyRemote is not
limited to SonyEriccson or JSR-82 capable phones.
It was developed as just thin "communication"
layer beetween bluetooth-capabled phone and Linux,
and in principle could be configured
to manage any software.
But Bluetooth is not the only way to use it.
kAnyRemote could be used with:
- IR-capabled phone
- with cable connection
- it could accept incoming connection from
- it could in work with Java client written for
JSR82 capabled phones (like Bemused)
- it have limited support for existing Bemused
Just FYI, this is the list of apps with already
created configuration file:
mouse & keyboard emulation with help of
custom-made RSS reader and file manager.
Cfg.file for Aqualung was added. anyRemote was
tested over Wi-Fi connection between Nokia-E61 and
Java client starts to support CDLC-1.0 phones. A
lot of bugs were fixed.
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