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Old 08-19-2012, 05:41 PM
"asronchetti@libero.it"
 
Default Bug#684516: R: Bug#684516: still loads with no reason

>----Messaggio originale----
>Da: jrnieder@gmail.com
>Data: 19-ago-2012 19.27
>A: "asronchetti@libero.it"<asronchetti@libero.it>
>Cc: <684516@bugs.debian.org>
>Ogg: Re: Bug#684516: still loads with no reason
>
>asronchetti@libero.it wrote:
>
>> as i said in #683807 ,
>> the bluetooth package was removed via "apt-get remove" but the bluetooth
>> module still loads with no reason.
>
>The bluetooth support packages in userspace have names containing
>"bluez", not bluetooth. (Though I have no idea whether they
>trigger autoloading of the bluetooth module or if it's udev's
>responsibility.)
>
>Hope that helps,
>Jonathan
>

Thanks for the advice. I checked via aptitude but i have already removed the
bluez package.

aptitude search bluez
c
bluez
- Bluetooth tools and
daemons
pB bluez-
alsa
- Bluetooth ALSA
support
p bluez-
audio
- Transitional
package
p bluez-
compat
- BlueZ 3.x compatibility
binaries
pi bluez-
cups
- Bluetooth printer driver for
CUPS
p bluez-
dbg
- Bluetooth tools and daemons (with debugging
symbols)
p bluez-
firmware
- Firmware for Bluetooth
devices
pB bluez-
gstreamer
- Bluetooth GStreamer
support
p bluez-
hcidump
- Analyses Bluetooth HCI
packets
p bluez-pcmcia-
support -
PCMCIA support files for BlueZ 2.0 Bluetooth
tools
p bluez-
tools
- Set of tools to manage Bluetooth devices for
linux
p bluez-
utils
- Transitional
package
p python-
bluez
- Python wrappers around BlueZ for rapid bluetooth
development
v python2.6-
bluez
-
v python2.7-bluez




Ben Hutchings @ Sun, 19 Aug 2012 17:56:35 +0100
>Not a bug; please stop pursuing this irrelevant detail.

How can you think that it's not a bug?

1) I dont have bluetooth devices attached to this notebook.
2) I followed your advice and i removed the bluetooth package
3) today i had a kernel panic and the error message appeared on the the screen
showed a list of loaded modulse. The first module of that list was indeed the
bluetooth module.


Asdrubale


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