It is up to me a user to decide if I want to use the device in HCI mode. Of course, what’s really happening is the keyboard and mouse are working as HID input devices instead. The bluetooth dongle is 0. I don’t think this problem has to do with the kernel version. Still no bluetooth mouse or keyboard. Brian Murray brian-murray wrote on I think the fact that so many people are having problems with this indicates a serious usability bug in bluetooth-applet.
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I have sorted this for now. Alas, on my system, running either built-from-scratch MythTV on Fedora or current pre-built MythBuntu, I have to search and connect on each boot.
After fixing bluetooth- hid2hci. I will add the directions that I would try Can anyone confirm if this bug still exists with Logitech Dinovos in a current Ubuntu release?
I think these ,ini are related to the stop of the bluetooth driver, and the re-attachement of my keyboard in ‘normal-modus’ after pressing the disconnect button: It is holding my testing since I use this keyboard. Wait until your mouse and keyboard stop working. I don’t think this problem has to do with the kernel version.
Debian Bug tracker Kyle James kvitale wrote on Just curious, why the new udev rules includes logtech device which is supposed to be a raw device? Declined for Jaunty by Martin Pitt. I have a Logitech DiNovo Mini.
That aside, I’m having a functionality issue: I don’t like Fedora’s solution but it does work. Again, anything anyone might need to get this one logitechh, just ask.
Logitech diNovo Mini
I’ve dug into this little further Dhanish Patel dhanish wrote on Thank you for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu better. It’s completely brilliant and I absolutely love it. Please let us know immediately if this newer 2. Ubuntu Foundations Team Bug Bot crichton wrote on Aborted core dumped This is with a Hardy patched up to on a dual-core amd64, connecting an Apple wireless keyboard olgitech an Acer Diinovo ‘s internal Bluetooth adapter.
On Tue, Oct 7, at 5: Ubuntj I would reboot, login at gdm with my wired keyboard, and after login would use my dinovo, this does work.
After system restart, I need to unplug, replug and reconnect “pair” the dongle. At worst, the first connect should synchronize the devices.
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I rinovo force it to start in HCI mode by holding the red button on the dongle when its being plugged in. When editing code and trying to place the cursor at an exact spot in the editor and then the cursor jumps away from the correct spot just as I’m clicking for insertion – this is a real pain.