I've corresponded with Johannes Berg a bit on this but I think he's as stumped as me. :-) I have one of the latest (2005 1st quarter) revision powerbooks and the bluetooth mysteriously doesn't work or even get recognised as a bluetooth device by lsusb (weird, as Johannes' does). I'm not sure if it's simply a different device to Johannes' or if my configuration is somehow not enabling it. I have tried with modules and with compiled in, I'm using modules now to facilitate loading usbcore with parameters. Kernel 18.104.22.168, config at: http://dev.gentoo.org/~puggy/config.txt lsmod Module Size Used by atp 7300 0 rfcomm 40156 0 usbhid 41444 0 hci_usb 14056 0 hidp 15136 0 l2cap 23876 6 rfcomm,hidp bluetooth 52360 6 rfcomm,hci_usb,hidp,l2cap ohci_hcd 37028 0 ehci_hcd 49032 0 usbcore 133428 6 atp,usbhid,hci_usb,ohci_hcd,ehci_hcd usbcore is laoded with the following parameters: usbcore use_both_schemes=1 old_scheme_first=1 lsusb -vv, at http://dev.gentoo.org/~puggy/lsusb_vv.txt bluez-libs/utils - 2.17 Any help would be appreciated and I'm more than willing to supply any additional information. Cheers.
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