This bug is now reported against the ‘linux’ package. My MX bluetooth mouse lags badly. There was a forum entry on how to get this configured, though it is slightly outdated. Please, find patch attached. The blue alt-keys Music, Browser, Power are not mapped to anything useful in MythTV, this is left as an exercise for the reader! I have marked quite a few duplicates for this bug. This worked perfectly for me in Intrepid.

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Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. But this stick is not recognized by the relevant udev rule. I only found them recently and I have not had a chance to muni but these tools seem to make it possible to control MX keyboard’s “LCD and to use some of the mink that are not recognized by the stock Linux HID driver.

Save the changes to the file. This is with a Hardy patched up to on a dual-core amd64, connecting an Apple wireless keyboard hbuntu an Acer Aspire ‘s internal Bluetooth adapter.

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For other sticks the change is completely automatic. After making this change, I turned on my wireless keyboard, unplugged it’s bluetooth dongle, dinovoo it back in, paired the keyword with the dongle, and a few seconds later it worked.

The problem still prevails on Tribe 5. The dongle was recognised as a Bluetooth adapter, but I couldn’t get it to connect to either the keyboard or my phone pairing succeeds, but then the connection to the device goes ‘off’, and the toggle to turn it on is greyed out. In actuality, the guts are Logitech, you can even read the logo on the PCB through the semi-transparent case of the dongle.

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However, there is also another machine which uses an internal bluetooth adapter to connect to a different dinovo set, this machine has some serious reconnection issues which can not be easily addressed the bluetooth services must be restarted in order for the devices to repair ununtu the machine is left to sit ‘still’ for a while, even though at boot time and after hours of use everything is fine, just leavinng the machine can cause bluetooth to fail.

This bug is now reported against the ‘linux’ package Navigation menu Personal tools Log in. Per a decision made by the Ubuntu Kernel Team, bugs will longer be assigned to the ubuntu-kernel-team in Launchpad as part of the bug triage process.

I did not have to pair anything on the linux side.


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If you catch a developer there, the discussion turnaround is usually a lot faster. I’ve dug into this little further As is, it works 6 months at a time with Linux. Anything I can provide please don’t hesitate to ask. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.

It’s not easy to provide support and test hardware when developers don’t have it and no certification has been done for it. As of this update I see similar behavior no devices listed in hcitool devbut my dmesg attached show less breakage I believe.

Fraser, Is great that my post could help. I’m using the dongle that came with the keyboard. Based on some great work by the myth-fans in AVSforumsrepairing the problem is a simple configuration change.

Can anyone confirm if this bug still exists with Logitech Dinovos in a current Ubuntu release?

Just experienced this issue again Email Required, but never shown. The permanent fix for me was to uninstall “bluez-utils” using Synaptic Mino Manager.

However, by simply pressing the connect buttons on the dongle and device, it managed to connect and well. The device has two modes after conversion from hci mode usability compromised due to the need to pair the device.

This bug is now reported against the ‘linux’ package. I’m certainly likely to investigate it. GUIs are supposed to be “discoverable,” and this one is not.