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Re: [?]Identify BT Card, enable BT to pair with BT enabled Loudspeaker

On Sunday 21 June 2020 09:10:29 Susmita/Rajib wrote:

> A gentle reminder, dear illustrious Team Leaders.
> Regards,
> Rajib Bandopadhyay
> A dedicated Debian and Knoppix user
> ---------- Earlier message ----------
> From: Susmita/Rajib <bkpsusmitaa@gmail.com>
> Date: Mon, 6 Apr 2020 07:55:08 +0530
> Subject: [?]Identify BT Card, enable BT to pair with BT enabled
> Loudspeaker To:
> Cc: debian-laptop@lists.debian.org, debian-user@lists.debian.org
> To,
> The Team Laptop,
> debian-laptop@lists.debian.org,
> The Team User,
> debian-user@lists.debian.org,
> Debian.org
> My dear illustrious Team Leaders,
> Good morning.
> I need help with BT card identification in my laptop, enable it and
> pair it with a BT enabled loudspeaker.
> My daughter, a Graphic Designer, does this so easily with her Doze
> laptop. Why should it be a problem with Linux, as all the core device
> programs are in assembly and c?
This is a direct edict from our equally illustrious FCC, the agency in 
charge of the usage of our rf spectrum, their edicts preclude sharing 
any information that would lead to over power use if exploited by some 
open source coder, so that highly proprietary info is both sealed away 
from us, and subject to all manner of non-disclosure clauses.  There is 
more, but basically as long as the FCC is run by politicians, and its 
been decades since they had a real engineer in one of those chairs, so 
its not likely to change for the better for gpl'd software until such 
time as the majority of those chairs are warmed by engineers who have 
made some effort to understand the situation.

As a licensed fcc operator, we have been thrown under the bus since the 
later 70's by the politics of station management, treated as an expense 
to be eliminated on the P&L statements of our broadcasters.  There is no 
one at the commission who understands the physics and the theory of 
relativity well enough that I could make them understand the src of 
distortions generated by klystron amplifiers simply because the electron 
beam in such a device is traveling at a speed that brings in the effects  
of mass vs C speed, aka relativity. We have invented better, more 
efficient devices, but better only because the distances are lessor.  
The relativity effects are still there.

Sorry, but there it is.

> I have posted my query as usual in the Debian forums, but that being a
> cacophonic fish market, wouldn't yield an encouraging result, as
> usual. The post is here:
> http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=145792&p=718471
> I assure you that, as always, I shall post a [Solved] post in the
> Debian Forums in the end of this experience for future users.
> Regards,
> Rajib Bandopadhyay
> A dedicated Debian and Knoppix user

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