I installed Red Hat Linux 9 (Shrike) to see what has changed between it and the previous major version of Red Hat (8.0). The article features some installation screenshots and of course some post-install screenshots showing Bluecurve in Gnome and KDE (more shots here), user experience and discussion of whether you should upgrade or not.
Day: March 25, 2003
BlueZ is a Bluetooth stack for Linux. The list of supported devices includes several lower cost USB models (in the sub-$50 range). I’m not sure what Bluetooth support might be baked into the kernel or OS itself, but Marcel Holtmann’s Bluetooth and Linux site has gobs of info.
I don’t exactly remember why, but Kenneth got me on that tangent.