remoulder wrote:When setup as a Bluetooth printer is it listed separately (to the USB device) in System Settings | Printers? If so ensure you add yourself to the list of allowed users by clicking Options then the + and entering your login username. Also you could try going to http://localhost:631/ and looking at the log files after you get the cancelled message (you may have to turn on debugging logging beforehand on the Administration tab) to see if that helps?
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For Dell laptops install the latest drivers from Dell's website in Windows in order for the bluetooth module to work in Linux. (Required for D430 with Gutsy / Hardy and D830 and D630) (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=572335 https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LaptopTestingTe ... #bluetooth)
For Dell laptops with a Dell Wireless 355 Bluetooth card where the card is turned off, reenable the card before installation. Go to a utility in Windows to turn it on before you can reinstall the driver. If you turn the card off in Windows reenable the card so Ubuntu can recognize it.
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