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About jadedfey

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  1. Internet Sharing via Bluetooth

    Yes it is possible. I succeeded with Bluetooth Internet sharing between my MacBook running snow leopard and my acer aspire one a150 hackintosh running the ideneb v6 with no wifi card yet. I had to try a bunch of things but i did get it working. I had to set both computers to "share Internet with other Bluetooth devices". Pair the computers via bluetooth. From the Mac go to the Bluetooth icon in the menu bar and select the hackintosh and select "connect to network". On the hackintosh go to system pref, network, and select the Bluetooth pan. On the right select "configure using DHCP". In the "DNS Server" window enter the IP address of the computer that's sharing it's Internet connection (Mac) Apply, close, launch browser, watch slow Internet. Ok until I buy a replacement wifi card. I'm no expert and made my first hackintosh this week! Lots of fun. Hope this helps. Apple MacBook intel core duo 2.2 2 gigs ram Snow Leopard 10.6.3 Acer aspire one 1.5 gigs ram Ideneb v6 10.5.8