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Old 23rd November 2011, 03:52 AM
jonjgc Offline
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Bluetooth dies on reboot/hibernate/suspend

I've been using a bluetooth mouse with my laptop for
a couple of years; through several releases of Ubuntu
and now Fedora 16 beta and a fresh install of the
final F16 release.

Recently my mouse does not function after a reboot,
nor after a suspend/hibernate. Bluetooth is still
active but the report says visibility of my laptop
host is off. If I manually stop and restart blue-
tooth, visibility of the host is turned on and the
mouse connects.

I don't see anything that might affect this behavior
in the config files I know about, bluetooth.service
and bluetooth.trigger.

About a week ago (approximates the beginning of the
troubles) several related packages were updated,
bluez{-libs} and gnome-bluetooth{-libs}. I tried
to "yum downgrade" those packages but yum reported
no version to downgrade to.

Searches on the web and Fedora forum turned up no
reports of similar problems.

Any suggestions/ideas?

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