Ian Greenhoe wrote:
I should clarify. When I tried it, it was after a resume and I noticed that bluetooth had stopped working. So, in an effort to resurrect it, I killed kbluetoothd manually, /etc/init.d/bluetooth stop, unloaded any bluetooth modules, reloaded the modules, /etc/init.d/bluetooth start, and re-ran kbluetoothd. This all happened without any intervening suspends/sleeps/hibernates..On Tue, 2007-03-20 at 03:07 -0700, Joe Emenaker wrote:I think I tried this a couple of times before. As I recall, it made the problem even worse... [snip]When you unload the modules, do you also then re-load them? That may notnecessarily be done automatically.
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