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Old 08-27-2011, 08:34 AM
François Patte
 
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Bonjour,

I have a bluetooth mouse. When I log-in, I can see a red cross on the
bluetooth icon in the gnome-panel, which seeems to indicate that
bluetooth is not enabled.

Nevertheless, If I click on the ico, I have the possibility to disable
bluetooth; and if I click another time, I can enable bluetooth and the
red cross disappears and, at last, my mouse is working.


Is there a way to configure bluetooth to have my mouse working
immediately, as soon as I log-in?

Thanks.

fedora 14
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Université Paris Descartes
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F-75270 Paris Cedex 06
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Old 08-30-2011, 06:07 PM
François Patte
 
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Le 27/08/2011 10:34, François Patte a écrit :
> Bonjour,
>
> I have a bluetooth mouse. When I log-in, I can see a red cross on the
> bluetooth icon in the gnome-panel, which seeems to indicate that
> bluetooth is not enabled.
>
> Nevertheless, If I click on the ico, I have the possibility to disable
> bluetooth; and if I click another time, I can enable bluetooth and the
> red cross disappears and, at last, my mouse is working.
>
>
> Is there a way to configure bluetooth to have my mouse working
> immediately, as soon as I log-in?

Solution: uninstall gnome-bluetooth, install blueman instead


Remark: while uninstalling gnome-bluetooth, yum uninstall bluez
bluez-devel and pulseaudio-bluetooth-plugin !!

Why? Is gnome considering that if you don't need a gnome-applet you
don't need the service this applet is supposed to manage? Even if gnome
cannot handle properly this service?

Strange philosophy!

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45, rue des Saints Pères
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http://www.math-info.univ-paris5.fr/~patte
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