Many of the guides in getting bluetooth to work with various devices are written for older versions, not for hardy and it seems that certain things have changed in Hardy.
My specific problem is with my apple bluetooth keyboard and mighty mouse. No, this is not the same problem as I and others have posted about in other places. When either the computer or the peripheral devices go to sleep (I'm not sure which, because when they sleep, I am away from the computer), I cannot wake the computer with those devices. Sometimes, the mouse works while the keyboard does not, but usually neither work.
Thankfully, I am on a laptop and the normal laptop keyboard/touchpad work just fine. Everything works correctly immediatly when I issue the folowing command int the terminal:According to some things I read, if I edit the /etc/default/bluetooth file, and change HID2HCI_ENABLED=1 to this:Code:sudo /etc/init.d/bluetooth restart
HID2HCI_ENABLED=0 that might possibly solve my problem.
However, I do not want to go messing with config files when I don't really understand them. I do not want to disable my laptop keyboard. So, simply - is this something I want to do? Mind you, the keyboard is automatically detected when I start the computer and if I log out/in or restart bluetooth, which it seems many others have had problems with.
Let me know if I need to post other info like my xorg or whatever. Thanks for any help. One of these days, I hope to return the favor.