Re: [PATCH] Revert "Bluetooth: Always enable management interface"
From: Marcel Holtmann
Date: Wed Mar 28 2012 - 23:34:53 EST
> > A consequence is that you'll need to use newer version of bluez, at least 4.99.
> > Or call the bluetooth daemon (from a pre 4.99 version) with a parameter to
> > disable the new interface:
> That's not OK -- you're breaking user space with this kernel change. I
> know I get bashed every time I suggest that we 'fix' the kernel and
> require new user space X bits...
I think we actually have a broken user space in this case. I do have a
hunch on what went wrong. It is not the kernel's fault here.
If I am anywhere right, then bluetoothd fails to bring up the device.
That is why you don't see anything with "hcitool dev", but the device
should be present. Check "hciconfig -a".
Check your bluetoothd startup line and add "-P mgmtops". That will
disable the broken plugin.
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