bt keyboard at start up?
mstuff at read.org.nz
Sun Jul 25 19:38:57 UTC 2010
On 26/07/10 06:57, JB wrote:
> Morgan Read <mstuff <at> read.org.nz> writes:
>> Hello Folks
>> I've just installed f12 (from centos5.5) and I'm puzzled at where global
>> bt config is now?
>> Does anyone know where to enter a device to connect at start up now?
>> The gnome bt panel applet seems to work fine on a per login basis, but I
>> need the keyboard from start up.
> I have googled for long time and it looks like there was a major rewrite of
> how bluetooth devices are handled during 2009. When searching it feels as if you
> hit a vaccume.
>>From what I understand, with the exception of /etc/bluetooth/rfcomm, all must
> be handled thru BIOS (if the machine is capable you can have the keyboard etc
> at GRUB time) or thru udev rules (custom-written, pcmcia, USB, etc).
Have you any pointers to that info? As you said, there seems to be a
vacuum... I've done udev rules in the past for other stuff - but, grub...
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