My netbook is setup to multi boot Linux Mint 10 with GNOME, LXDE and KDE editions. When I boot both GNOME and LXDE editions, I am able to use bluetooth to create a network connection to my mobile phone. However I cannot do this under KDE edition.
When I setup new bluetooth device under GNOME or LXDE editions, after successfully pairing the mobile phone, I have the option to select additional services to use with the device, PAN/NAP and DUN. However under the KDE edition, after successfully pairing the mobile phone, I am not given the option to select any additional services. The device is still listed as a phone, and I am able to browse files, but I am not able to create a network connection.