OpenSUSE Hardware :: Bluetooth Device Does Not Support Input Service
Jan 6, 2011
I have a bluetooth usb dongle which I cannot get to work. I start kbluetooth. The icon in system tray is blue (not grey).
Right click on it -> Device Manager -> New
The wizard starts. It sees my Palm, but then says: "Sorry your Bluetooth Device does not support input Service". I don't know what to do.
Opensuse 11.3 kde 4.5
I'm using fedora 13 x86_64 on amd machine. I use usb bluetooth dongle. The bluetooth service doesn't start at all. When I click on bluetooth icon-preferences-turn bluetooth on, after some time it says, bluetooth is disabled. What should I do to enable bluetooth?
I just bought a Bluetooth dongle for my laptop with fedora on it and cannot get the Bluetooth service to start. Tried to do the same on my imac running Fedora and the same thing happened, it said service refreshing and never did.
I was trying to copy a few files to my phone via bluetooth when the file transfer window popped up with the progress bar stating "Connecting" and an error: the name org.openbox.client was not provided by any .service files..
I am using: openSUSE 11.3 Gnome 2.32, Kernel 2.6.38, obex-data-server 0.4.5-12.2,
I am working on an embedded system, which is an USB MSC device that supports some vendor specific scsi commands. I am using FC10 laptop as USB host for testing, and it runs some small apps based on sg3. All has been well for ~ a week. The FC10 laptop is able to communicate with the device and retrieve data. Suddenly, starting from today, the laptop is not able to properly detect the device. When plugged-in, the MSC device is detected as input device (I thought). This is observed from "dmesg" output and changes in "/dev/input/".The device under development is running at full speed. When I connect to winXP, no problem. A windows file explorer pops up, showing the content of the drive.Also, the FC10 has no problem with other USB flash drive (high speed).
I have Ubuntu 10.04 LTS installed on a Dell Desktop with a USB Bluetooth dongle.
I have a bluetooth device, whose security is based upon searching not for the bluetooth service name but a renamed bluetooth service. The device comes with instructions on how to do it with a small subset of Windows XP machines but I feel like this should be a simple thing to do here.
Is there a simple way to either add an extra bluetooth service on a different name? Change the current bluetooth name? Ubuntu has a wiki that led me to the bluetooth preferences window and a services tab but that doesn't seem to exist in 10.04.
where to go in GUI or command line tools that will help with this?
I have recently installed Lubuntu 11.04 on an old system. the problem is that it hangs at startup when tries to "Starting Bluetooth". I have searched through this forum and the web and it seems that the problem has something to do with my TV Card. But I can't remove the card because it is a part of my Graphic Card which is an "ATI Radeon 8500DV All In Wonder". I can start the machine with Lubuntu Live CD, and so I thought that maybe I can change a value in a file from installed Lubuntu through Live session that makes the Bluetooth Service disabled at startup.
I'm a recent convert from Linux Mint to Debian for use with an HTPC media center.
I've been using Kodi + Playstation BD Remote for some time successfully with Mint.
I'm having issues getting the remote to work under Debian.
Typically I've been able to pair with Blueman and connect to the Input Service, however, under Debian, There are no "Input Serivce" options in the menus of Blueman..?
I don't know if this is because I'm missing some package that enables this or because my remote is not recognized as an input device. I suspect it is the former, because a bluetooth keyboard I have doesn't expose the "Input Service" menu option either.
I am having getting bluetooth working. I am using a home built computer, AMD Athalon 64, 1.5 gig ram, Slackware 13_64, up to date. I have bluez-firmware-1.2-x86_64-1, bluez-hcidump-1.42-x86_64-2, bluez-libs-3.36-x86_64-2, bluez-utils-3.36-x86_64-7 installed. I have a USB Micro Adapter 2.1 from IOGear and a Motorola S9-HD stereo headset.
This is what happens when I try to connect: root|/home/john # hcitool scan Scanning ... 00:23:D7:DE:8D:DFGravity 00:0D:FD:2A:BB:42Motorola S9-HD root|/home/john # hcitool cc 00:0D:FD:2A:BB:42 Can't create connection: Input/output error
I am finding the headset but can't connect to it. I have the password from the headset in the default file of /etc/bluetooth/passkeys.
I have a Samsung Jet S8000, which reports to have the following bluetooth services: Headset, Handsfree, Bluetooth stereo headset, Serial port, Dial-up, Basic printing, File Transfer, Object push, SIM access, Phonebook access. When I search for bluetooth devices and find my notebook (kubuntu 10.04, kbluetooth installed), my phone reports that this device (i.e. the notebook) has only the Object push bluetooth service. Whereas Windows (without installing any software) offers to use my mobile as a modem, to browse its content, to be a handsfree headset, etc...
From my phone I can send files to the notebook, but I need to make about 4 trials to succeed once - in the other 3 cases the file sending process stops on the phone with a 'Sending failed' message...What is the problem with this? Where should I debug? What software should I install to have full access to my phone? Is there an app to easily synchronize my phonebooks? bitpim and gnokii don't seem to support this phone.
I upgraded my netbook (HP Mini 5101) from 9.10 to 10.04 yesterday. Everthing (including bluetooth) seemed to work, as it did before. Today I tried to install a 2.6.35 kernel from maverick backports (the kernel ppa), but it didn't work for me and I removed it again. Now my bluetooth is gone (bluetooth applet does not show any devices) but wireless still works.
I already tried to remove and reinstall the driver package via apt-get (sudo apt-get un/install bcmwl-kernel-source bcmwl-modaliases) but nothing helped. code...
I'm running Slackware with 2.6.26 kernel. I've got bluez-utils,libs version 3.26 (Slackware 12.1 precompiled package), and kdebluetooth. I'm using a Digicom Palladio Usb Bluetooth adapter. In general, bluetooth seems to work; I can send files to my Nokia phone. Now, I've got this Bluetooth stereo headset (brand rather unknown, and I've thrown the package away, I've only got the little user manual, and there is no indication on who built this thing).
This is what I've tried so far: - turn the headset on and turned pairing mode on; - kbluetooth -> Configuration -> Input devices (input?) -> Search; - kbluetooth finds the headset and asks that I insert the pin code; a little star appears next to the name of the headset ("Stereo Headset"), but after a couple of seconds disappears and at the same time I hear a beep coming from the headset (disconnection?). Anyway, just before the beep, noise came from the headset (as if it had turned on), then, after the beep, nothing. - Important thing: the headset manual says the Usb dongle must support A2DP and AVRCP. I don't know how to find out whether my dongle supports them, anyway, if I execute 'sdptool', in the "Services" section I get: [Code} ....
Does this mean that bluez/my usb dongle doesn't support A2DP? Anyway, I followed the instructions on "Bluez - Trac - AudioDevices" [URL] and added the specified part to .asoundrc. Of cource, even if I tell xine to use "bluetooth" as pcm device, it says the device is unknown.
i am not sure if this hardware section is the proper place to put this question but my problem is like this. I want to record headphone mic input in a local file every time my system boots up and broadcast the real-time audio or rather multicast it through local LAN
Running Ubuntu Lucid Lynx here. Got a LCD AOC monitor. Model e943Fws. Starts OK until logging screen. As soon as i try to log into my account a "input not support" floats around the screen. Are there drivers i should install? Anybody knows this LED monitor..?
My system is CentOS 5.5 x86_32, and I am currently trying to get the x264 video encoder to work and to read libav* input, like elementary H.264 streams. All the prebuilt x264 binaries seem to come without lavf and/or ffms support, and I was unable to build ffmpeg/ffmpegsource on my system. So these x264 versions only support RAW YUV 4:2:0 input, which is of no use to me. I would like to use the x264 binary itself, as it seems that ffmpeg+libx264 does not have option mappings for all the options I could give to x264 directly.
Is there any pre-built x264, that supports lavf/libavcodec for reading H.264 input? Or is there a good, working guide on how to build that on CentOS 5? When trying to build latest ffmpeg (trying to get ffms/lavf dependencies on my system), it tells me, that my "pkg-config" is too old, and that I should set FFMPEG_CFLAGS and FFMPEG_LIBS to work around the issue. No idea what I should do here.
Then, when trying latest ffmpegsource (again, to get the ffms/lavf deps satisfied), it tells me I do not have libx264. Maybe here my version is too old or something. I installed libx264_98, maybe wrong version.
Ah, the output of x264's configure script looks like this:
I've been having trouble in a couple of distros (including when I had windows installed..) getting my bluetooth working,
I have a dell vostro 1720, and the specs from dell insist there's a bluetooth adapter installed, and the laptop even has a little light which (ostensibly) indicates data being transmitted via bt... and, it's enabled in the bios.
though, dmesg | grep bluetooth
gives no results.
I've read comments on dell bluetooth for other dists, but can't seem to find any deb-specific recommendations.
So, how do i confirm that this laptop does *in deed* have a bluetooth adapter.. and... if there is one... how do let the kernel know about it?
I'm struggling for pairing my laptop with my phone to dial up internet. On slack 13 I configured hcid.conf but on the new 13.1 with the new demon bluetoothd I don't know how to pair on command line.Documentation is not a lot, or I'm not able to find it.
I have laptop with bluetooth and I bought PS3 bluetooth remote. In windows this remote is working with EventGhost and I would like to use it in Fedora as well. This remote has to be paired without a pin code, which is how I paired it in windows.In Fedora, however, there is no such option "no pin" when using a standard way to connect bluetooth device.How can I pair this remote in Fedora?
I'm using Ubuntu 11.04 and bluetooth turn/off is not possible. However, with 2.6.37 kernel it is possible. Now i have gathered whole info about the device(mac adress, usb port etc) from 2.6.37 and what i need is to somehow use those info in kernel 2.6.38 so that bluetooth works.
lsusb in 2.6.37 (while bt is on)
Code: Bus 008 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 007 Device 002: ID 1241:1603 Belkin Keyboard Bus 007 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 006 Device 002: ID 09da:8090 A4 Tech Co., Ltd
I use fedora12-Gnome as my major desktop OS. Every basic need was fulfilled , until I tried Fedora12 KDE. The problem is with Bluetooth connectivity to my cell phone device.It connects to the cell phone and set trusted but I can't seem to see any option of "Browse files on Device".Does that mean in KDE I actually can not browse my Bluetooth connected devices?The same thing happened with Mandriva2010-Kde and Fedora13 Kde , I mean I guess It's related to KBluetooth app.
I am developing an application which communicates with a bluetooth device.I do not want the user to pair or unpair the device using the Bluetooth applet or command line, but I want to automate the pairing process through my application. The application will scan and find the bluetooth devices in the proximity of the computer, and automatically pair the required device without any user input.Where should I look for the relevant APIs?
After a lot of messing around and research, I figured out how to actually get my bluetooth headphones to connect and stay connected. Although once I shut them off, remove the device and re-add it using Blueman.
Right now, `pavucontrol` shows "Headphones (unplugged)" and there is no sound coming out of the speakers. But there is no sound coming out of the headphones either. They are set to the fallback. I've opened `alsamixer` and made sure everything was turned up. Still, no sound.
Since `bt-audio` isn't on Jessie, I don't know what I should do. It seems like this may be the missing step but I am unsure.