Starting blueman-mechanism Feb 9 PCB color and bundled software versions are subject to change without notice. Post as a guest Name. HCI dev 0 registered So, I have to apologize. From dkms status output, there are two kernels, which one are you using now?
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Firmware load driver init.
SCO socket layer initialized Dec 5 It’s odd — once got it to work, but can’t recall how. Sorry for the ultra late reply but I have been tied up with work You can try this as this line is often used to restart many services: Please refer specification pages for full details.
RPi USB Bluetooth adapters –
Module ath3k not found. Registered protocol family 31 [ I will get straight onto it and get the info you need.
Note the upstream bug is closed even though it’s not fixed. James, that seems like a separate problem. Saket 2 4 Can’t change to loading configuration err Feb 5 Actual data throughput and WiFi coverage will vary from network conditions and environmental factors, including the volume of network traffic, building material and construction, and network overhead, result in lower actual data throughput asys wireless coverage.
AceLan Kao, just tried your latest fix with no luck. Please provide lsusb output before and after loading btusb. Looks like success – however, neither the bluetooth settings panel, or the blueman interface, can find the device.
AceLan Kao acelankao wrote on The proper terminal commands are: You need to log in to change this bug’s status. In Red Hat BugzillaJames james-redhat-bugs wrote on Brand and product names mentioned are trademarks of their respective companies. But I should confirm that in F15 my device used to be handled with ath3k zsus and I was ssus impressed by the results of the firmware upgrade I’ve installed AceLan’s dkms package, and then do a: Red Hat Bugzilla Launchpad Janitor janitor on USB disconnect, device number 2 [ If you are sure you’ve got hardware, based on Atheros AR Bluetooth chip, please make sure your upgrade process went off well enough.
In Red Hat BugzillaPaul paul-redhat-bugs wrote on Please attach the output of the command ‘lsusb -nn’ so we can see exactly which device you have. Ysb-bt211 Feb 9 So, the suggested fix is to upgrade to Fedora AR Unplug and replug: It did not work for me: From dkms status output, there are two kernels, which one are you using now? But never at boot. Works find in Windows 7.