xfce application for mobile phones (Nokia 6210)

Tom Wesley tom at tomaw.org
Fri Dec 10 21:34:10 CET 2004

jan wrote:
> is there something "gnome-independent" ???
> Thanks

There are a few command line tools, try checking out obex related tools 
for file transfer.  As for the sms sending I'm really not sure. 
Although I think the gnome tools interface with Python tools of some 
sort, maybe they could be butchered?


> On Fri, 2004-12-10 at 09:40, Tom Wesley wrote:
>>jan wrote:
>>>I'm wondering if there is any application (ideally xfce plugin/app)
>>>which would communicate with mobile phone (nokia 6210) and would be able
>>>to read/write sms from/to mobile, editing calendar (in mobile), setting
>>>ToDo list and so on .... so I don't have to type it directly thru mobile
>>You might want to try gnome-bluetooth and gnome-phone-manager, although 
>>they will involve a lot of Gnome dependencies.

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