Replace bluez' pin helper w/ kbluepin

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Replace bluez' pin helper w/ kbluepin

Postby Priswell » Tue Jan 22, 2008 1:27

Everytime I boot up, a dialog box pops up that says:

You may replace bluez's in helper program with kbluepin; it is located in /usr/lib/kdebluetooth now.

What does this mean? It says 'kblluepin' is in /urs/lib/kdebluetooth - what do I do once I get there? How do I replace 'bluez' with 'kbluepin'?
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