View Full Version : [ubuntu] blueZ 4.8 killed my System

December 3rd, 2010, 05:47 AM
Hello Friends,

I installed blueZ 4.8 for the support for my Broadcom BCM2035 chip support. While having latest version than that by default in Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.

For the installation of that Version, it is required to install

dbus and glib libraries. And expat.

After installation my desktop was working right. but, when I restarted my PC,

I got a message on the screen showing:

Ubuntu is running in low graphics mode.

I selected "run it for this session"

after that,

while loading, in the bottom, one message was there:

"Continue to wait; S to skip; M for the manual"

I pressed F1 to see in consol mode.

And I saw the following errors(i think this are errors):

*starting bluemon...
disabled in /etc/default/bluemon(after some messages):

* starting /etc/timidity not ours(at this step I got message on 'X' saying, "continue to wait; S for skip; m manual")

By pressing 'S'

Could not write bytes: Broken pipe
skipping UUID=************************************
at user request.
Could not write bytes:
broken pipe
could not write bytes:broken pipe.

I've Kubuntu 10.04 LTS live CD, So, Please tell me if there any ways to recover this system.

Thanking you.

December 3rd, 2010, 06:47 AM