Actually, it is working perfectly now, If I recall, it was my own fault, something to do with hid2hci failing. Cheers On Sunday 06 November 2005 22:14, Benjamin Herrenschmidt wrote: > On Tue, 2005-07-05 at 10:55 +0100, Douglas Russell wrote: > > 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. > > I'm not 100% sure but I think there is a trick with some bluetooth > devices how masquerade as HID (keyboard/mouse) for backward > compatibility with BT keyboards & mice. > > Not sure if we handle that case properly yet > > Ben.
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