i've recently upgraded my Ubuntu from 12.04 to 12.10 and i've noticed an unpleasantly change:
I cannot send files from/to my cellphone via bluetooth.
I mean, in 12.04, I just needed to click on the top bar, where the BT icon is and select the "Send Files via Bluetooth" optin that was there.
Now in 12.10 I cannot find such option i just have "Turn ON/OFF" and "Settings". I tried to search via "Home" icon and found nothing that could help me...
Does anyone have a solution for this? Ah bluetooth device is a built-in one, see specs down.
Another issue is with my printer/scanner/all-in-one. I have an Epson Stylus DX4450 and i really don't know how to configure it to Ubuntu. I've downloaded the corrispective Driver from Epson Website for Linux (It was something like EEPc Driver) and installed it via terminal/commandline. When I try to run apps like SimpleScan or Image Scan! i got nothing: the first doesn't detect my printer/scanner, the latter doesn't even start up...
Same issue with the built-in webcam. Installed "Cheese" but got a black screen... Can somebody help me?
System & Hardware spec:
VAIO Notebook VGN-CR19XN/B
Original OS: Windows Vista Business Current OS: Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal
CPU: 1.80 Ghz RAM 2.50 GB aprox. HD: 100 Gb
Bluetooth: Built-In (Toshiba) Webcam: Built-In (VAIO)
Printer: EPSON Stylus DX4450