Re: Bluetooth keyboard trouble
On Thursday 01 April 2010 15.01.12 Stephen Powell wrote:
> On Thu, 1 Apr 2010 03:34:18 -0400 (EDT), Andrei Popescu wrote:
> > On Thu,01.Apr.10, 07:47:49, martin wrote:
> >> This last days my keyboard has stop working. If I just let the computer
> >> start as normal, nothing works. The keyboard in question is a logitech
> >> dinovo edge with bluetooth connection, using the included receiver. I
> >> have observe the following:
> >> * When trying to type on the keyboard, a red bluetooth icon appears on
> >> the keyboard
> >> * In grub the keyboard works as normal
> >> * If continuously pressing enter in grub to until the network has been
> >> setup, the keyboard will work for a while. If leaving the computer and
> >> coming back later, the may or may not work keyboard.
> >> * There is a built in mouse that is affected as well.
> >> I'm currently running up-to-date testing. keyboard is fully charge.
> >> Any ideas what can be wrong is appreciated :)
> > It sounds to me like some power management feature...
> That would be my guess too. You might want to put your monitor to sleep to
> save energy, but you definitely don't want to put your keyboard to sleep to
> save energy. And if the mouse is built-in to the keyboard, it's even
> worse. There's no way to wake it up again, unless you can login remotely
> via ssh, or something like that.
I currently have an usb cable mouse connected to the computer and that one
always works. it's only the keyboard that is failing.
> Did this behavior begin with a kernel upgrade? That would be my first
> guess. Try booting the old kernel and see if the problem persists.
I try booting 2.6.26 five times and there work keyboard without problem. In
2.6.32-trunk it only works if I tap enter key some times around "Start INIT
2.85" (or at least until the computer has been left alone for an hour or so).
I did a module compare, in 2.6.32 there are some extra modules that can be
releated: bluetooth, btusb and hid_logitech.
When was the last kernel upgrade? (the system is currently up-to-date)