I have successfully completed initial setup (wheezy) using a usb keyboard (borrowed from work) and (separate) mouse. I've even got wifi working with a usb dongle - of course this means I have to switch between mouse and keyboard when connected to internet, which is cumbersome to say the least!
I'm keen not to spend any money on extra peripherals - I have at home a bluetooth keyboard and bluetooth mouse (Motorola branded - I use them with my xoom) and a recently purchased Cambridge Silicon bluetooth dongle. My ideal setup would be the pi's two usb slots occupied by wifi and bluetooth dongles, connected to internet and keyboard+mouse respectively. Unfortunately I cannot seem to install the bluez utilities - every time I run sudo apt-install bluetooth bluez-utils blueman I get a huge list of 'failed to fetch blah blah blah' messages and am no closer to being able to scan for bluetooth devices, let alone use them. Any ideas or suggestions?
Also, even if I were to successfully connect my bluetooth devices, I worry that they wouldn't connect automatically on start-up, which would mean I'd have to have a separate usb keyboard anyway - is this correct, or does anyone have a set-up that automatically connects to a bluetooth keyboard (and not one which simply comes with its own dedicated dongle)?
Or am I going to have to bite the bullet and invest in a new wireless keyboard with trackpad (in the process doubling the cost of my "£25" computer)?