Originally Posted by ozjd
A couple of things to check will be that the bluetooth is not disabled either in bios or by a switch.
If they are ok then check in Services that the bluetooth service is running.
thanks, for your tips and sure I will check in bios,( now I'm working and I don't have my laptop with me ) but about the switch where do I have to check??
I remember maybe after installation when the first time I saw desktop the icon of bluetooth was next to time clock, so I'm thinking that maybe with some other installation I damage something like bluetooth.
Main problem after installation was server x freez and I solved it installing system-config-display and changing parameter to kernel erasing rhgb quiet and writing nomodeset.
And more, there's nothing about bluetooth using lsusb or lspci.
Sorry I'm newbie in forums too. I checked in bios but I don't have any switch in bios, either for bluetooth or wlan. On service bluetooth is enabled from runlevel 2 to 5.