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How to install Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000 in Fedora 20?

In the past (pre-Fedora 20) I had trouble installing (bluetooth-connect) the Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000, but at the end I managed to connect it with blueman. Now there is no blueman in Fedora 20, and the canonical way of connecting ends with a message "Setting up 'Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000' failed"

The bluetooth works because I was able to connect other things (headphones) but the (this?) keyboard is problematic.

Any workaround that can be used with this or other keyboards?

How to install Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000 a bluetooth keyboard in Fedora 20?

In the past (pre-Fedora 20) I had trouble installing (bluetooth-connect) the Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000, but at the end I managed to connect it with blueman. Now there is no blueman in Fedora 20, and the canonical way of connecting ends with a message "Setting up 'Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000' failed"

The bluetooth works because I was able to connect other things (headphones) but the (this?) keyboard is problematic.

Any workaround that can be used with this or other keyboards?

How to install a bluetooth keyboard in Fedora 20?

In the past (pre-Fedora 20) I had trouble installing (bluetooth-connect) the Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000, but at the end I managed to connect it with blueman. Now there is no blueman in Fedora 20, and the canonical way of connecting ends with a message "Setting up 'Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000' failed"

The bluetooth works because I was able to connect other things (headphones) but the (this?) keyboard is problematic.

Any workaround that can be used with this or other keyboards?