Since the gnome-bluetooth is relying on gnokii-libs, here is how it's achieved with gammu, for those who won't install gnome-libs on their machine, belive me some of us like our fvwm without all the bloat.
Turn on bluetooth support in your kernel:
Edit the /etc/bluetooth/pin to have your PIN for the phone. If for some reason it won't accept it, edit your /etc/bluetooth/hcid.conf file to have a option like:
where the givepin is a small script ie:
Since for some reason the usual /usr/bin/bluez-pin program it is set to, fails from time to time..
Edit /etc/gammurc to reflect your phone ie:
XX:YY:ZZ:NN:MM:RR beeing the bluetooth address for your bluetooth-dongle.
port = XX:YY:ZZ:NN:MM:RR
connection = bluephonet
Enable bluetooth on your phone, and you're up and running ie:
~ > gammu --identify
Manufacturer : Nokia
Model : 6230 (RH-12)
Firmware : 04.28 A (24-06-04)
Hardware : 0605
IMEI : xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Original IMEI : xxxxxxx/xx/xxxxxx/x
Manufactured : 08/2004
Product code : xxxxxxx
UEM : 288
~ > gammu --addfile b:/ file
Writing: 100 percent