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1  Assistance / Hardware / Re: Bluetoothd doesn't start well (SOLVED) on: November 03, 2011, 15:09:08 PM
Hello guys,

So it was working for some days, but now it's broken again hehe.
About the obex-data-server, I didn't install it because it was working without it.
Now it's broken again (without any updates or anything), so I gonna try a new reinstall including obex-data-server.

Anyway thank you guys, I think the problem is maybe related to some suspend action that are corrupting the bluetoothd process. I really have no further idea, so I gonna leave it like this for now.

Have a nice day,
2  Assistance / Hardware / Re: Bluetoothd doesn't start well (SOLVED) on: October 30, 2011, 16:07:52 PM
Hi everybody,

I did the atolboo advice and reinstall all the bluetooth related packages, which were exactly the same in my configuration except the obex-data-server. That seemed to solve my problem, at least I restarted two times and the internal bluetooth adapter was recognized.

After a look to the system log, the two errors are still there even if it's working. So that's it guys, I suppose some files were corrupted as both of you suggested.

Thank you again for your help and time!
3  Assistance / Hardware / Re: Bluetoothd doesn't start well on: October 30, 2011, 02:39:01 AM
Hi guys,

Thank you again for your help. I made some search and I checked my log. As I was thinking the problem is the bluetoothd process. Because I am no an advanced user, maybe some of you could help me with this. I find some similar problems in google, but the configuration files were not the same.

So that's the log when I start up regarding bluetoothd (bluetooth alone give no error at all):

10/30/11 01:55:06 AM   nougah   bluetoothd[672]   Bluetooth deamon 4.89
10/30/11 01:55:06 AM   nougah   bluetoothd[673]   Starting SDP server
10/30/11 01:55:08 AM   nougah   bluetoothd[673]   Listening for HCI events on hci0
10/30/11 01:55:08 AM   nougah   bluetoothd[673]   HCI dev 0 up
10/30/11 01:55:08 AM   nougah   bluetoothd[673]   Parsing /etc/bluetooth/serial.conf failed: No such file or directory
10/30/11 01:55:08 AM   nougah   bluetoothd[673]   input-headset driver probe failed for device 00:21:D1:41:D6:3D
10/30/11 01:55:08 AM   nougah   bluetoothd[673]   Adapter /org/bluez/672/hci0 has been enabled

So the two lines before last one seem problematic, and bluetooth is not working.

When I do my little trick to make bluetooth work (restart bluetoothd), that's what's happening:

sudo killall bluetoothd:

10/30/11 02:34:03 AM   nougah   bluetoothd[673]   Stopping hci0 event socket
10/30/11 02:34:03 AM   nougah   bluetoothd[673]   Stopping SDP server
10/30/11 02:34:03 AM   nougah   bluetoothd[673]   Exit

and then sudo bluetoothd:

10/30/11 02:34:06 AM   nougah   bluetoothd[1946]   Bluetooth deamon 4.89
10/30/11 02:34:06 AM   nougah   bluetoothd[1946]   Starting SDP server
10/30/11 02:34:06 AM   nougah   bluetoothd[1946]   Listening for HCI events on hci0
10/30/11 02:34:06 AM   nougah   bluetoothd[1946]   HCI dev 0 up
10/30/11 02:34:06 AM   nougah   bluetoothd[1946]   Parsing /etc/bluetooth/serial.conf failed: No such file or directory
10/30/11 02:34:06 AM   nougah   bluetoothd[1946]   input-headset driver probe failed for device 00:21:D1:41:D6:3D
10/30/11 02:34:06 AM   nougah   bluetoothd[1946]   Adapter /org/bluez/1946/hci0 has been enabled

As you see, the error is still there, but IT'S WORKING perfectly. What I noticed is the adapter enabled is NOT THE SAME, it's called /org/bluez/1946 instead 672,

So I think the parsing error is not such a big problem but maybe I should just change some file in the startup to call the right adaptor directly?

Just guessing, I'm not experienced at all with config files and terminal.

Thank you again for all your patience.

edit: just noticed the name of adapter changes everytime I restart it, so I really have no idea at all Smiley

4  Assistance / Hardware / Re: Bluetoothd doesn't start well on: October 29, 2011, 13:32:31 PM
Hi Owiknowi,

Thank you for your help. Unfortunately, I already checked these settings, and everything is turned on. I gonna join also some printscreens, maybe the situation is going to be more clear:

The first one is the situation most of the time. The bluetoothd process is running but the devices window says no adapter is found.
I just to need to killall bluetooth and launch it again in terminal and instantly bluetooth is working perfectly (second screenshot). So I suppose for some reason the process is corrupt at startup. Also, sometimes is randomly working on startup without any action from me, but I'd say every 5 or 10 times.

Anyone? Thank you.

5  Assistance / Hardware / Bluetoothd doesn't start well on: October 28, 2011, 00:57:39 AM
Hi guys!

There is something that is annoying me for a long time but that I never try to solve. I have some bluetooth earphones that are working perfectly under Pardus. The annoying thing is most of the time bluetooth is not starting well on my computer (asus EeePC 1018P-PU17).

In the beginning I was starting (stupidly I know) the computer untill it started well. Then I isolated the wrong process: bluetoothd. So now, when I want to use my earphones I enter in terminal: sudo killall bluetoothd and then sudo bluetoothd to turn it on again. It always works good.

So that's my question: is there a way to find what's wrong in the startup process explaining why bluetoothd is corrupt when starting? I am supposing it's starting because if I don't do the killall thing it doesn't work. So if anyone knows how to solve this it would be nice.

Also, though I am not using panels anymore, I remember the system tray was saying "no bluetooth adapter found", but then was working after restarting bluetoothd.

Thank you all.

6  Assistance / Software / Libreoffice keep going to default settings on: March 15, 2011, 11:53:48 AM
Hi guys,

Another annoying bug these last weeks. I am working on my thesis and I notice Libreoffice is just going back to default settings from time to time without reason. I already reinstall it but it is still doin it. This is annoying because it  restarts all your measure units, defaults languages, toolbars, forget your recent documents, everything. It's not linked to the way I shut it down.

Im getting slowly upset by the stability of my overall system. I mean I still have random bluetooth, I had this no reason kmix problem, kwindow is crashing a lot (flash I suppose), yesterday I had to delete amarok config files (with no reason again, no update or wierd install) and install it again and now this. I don't know if all of this are kde related problems because I wasn't use to this in Pardus 2009. I mean I noticed a lot of my problems are probably related to config files and "corrupt profiles".

7  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Re: Kmix super slow after last update [SOLVED] on: March 05, 2011, 23:13:54 PM
Ok, I know this look like a monologue but anyway I solved the problem by myself.

So if this happens to anyone, you have to find all the kmix file (alt f2, kfind, then search *kmix*) and delete them. Images doesn't matter (png files) but delete kmix folder and other kmix files (some of them need rood privileges, that you can reach by the context menu root action). I suppose I didn't do it well first time because kmix files are not situated in exactly same place in all distributions. You should do these operations with kmix desinstalled first (or maybe killed its enough). Then you reinstall it, reboot, and it's ok. Apparently this is due to a corrupt profile... I hope no grand ma will ever get this bug, because high cpu make computer unusable.

Cheers!  Wink
8  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Re: Kmix super slow after last update on: March 04, 2011, 14:20:40 PM

No idea anybody? I had to desinstall kmix because it was using 100cpu usage all the time, and running without working in the background. I search the internet and tried some stuff but it didnt work. I could write bug report but I dont have enough informations, I dont know if its pardus of kde related. By the way my sound is working, Im using pulseaudio volume control to adjust it, but it's not a very confortable solution.

Thank you.
9  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Kmix super slow after last update [SOLVED] on: March 01, 2011, 13:29:01 PM
Hi guys,

Is there anybody having issues with last update of Pardus 2011? I think its probably kde related issue, but my sound mixer (kmix) isnt working anymore. I mean it has become so slow its unusable (like one or two minutes for every action, and 5 minutes to start... using a lot of cpu I guess). I found similar problem in forums of others disto in the internet but no solution worked for me (reinsalling kmix or deleting kmix folder in /usr/share/kde).

Any idea?
10  Assistance / Hardware / Bluetooth sometimes works sometimes doesn't on: February 26, 2011, 15:15:58 PM
Hi all,

Is anybody experiencing this also in Pardus 2011? Sometimes intern adaptor is detected at startup, sometimes it's not. This is not depending on running on battery or not, nor on fn keys (that are not working anyway for bluetooth in my netbook).
So when I want to use my bluetooth mouse I have to reboot and pray, and this is kind of annoying.
My netbook is an asus eeepc 1018p, and it's a fresh install.
I'd like also to tell people who're plannin to get a netbook that pardus is runnin fine in this one (just a small ajustment was needed to get wifi working, found on a ubuntu forum).

Thanks to all development team and to all forum users.

11  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Re: Computer name Pardus 2011 on: February 26, 2011, 15:02:46 PM
Ok thank you phix, ill have a look.
12  Assistance / Configuring Pardus / Computer name Pardus 2011 on: February 15, 2011, 17:21:09 PM
Hi all

Does anybody know how to change computer name on the last pardus? Older posts indicate to use the network manager but it seems no longer possible.

Have a nice day!
13  Assistance / Installing Pardus / Re: Pardus and MeeGo dualboot on: June 17, 2010, 17:09:14 PM
Thank you both for your fast replies. I'm gonna wait some weeks more because Meego seems to have problem with wifi on wind (everything else is okay, even bluetooth, I tested it yesterday) and this problem should be corrected soon following the bug reports.

Still, I have some question about the way you share a folder between two different system. If I understood good, if it's a separate partition that is not home folder, it's not protected at all, because all systems can access to it by mounting it. Is that true or not?
But if I make it /home folder, it should be protected, but this way I have to take the same user name (and password I suppose?) in both system and change permissions.
Is that okay or did I miss something? Is there a way to protect a partition that's not home?

Sorry for the nooby questions Smiley
Thank you.
14  Assistance / Installing Pardus / Pardus and MeeGo dualboot on: June 14, 2010, 17:26:31 PM
Hi everybody,

I plan to do a clean installation of the new pardus, but I'd like to also have an os that is booting fast (I mean faster than pardus Smiley) for simple uses when needed. I'd like to install MeeGo (befor Moblin, http://meego.com/).
So guys, which should I install first? I know in the case of windows dualboot, u should do windows before but in this case? I'd like to have also a common ext4 partition for personal files.

If nobody knows, I will do it anyway and post my experience.
Thank you all Smiley
15  Assistance / Hardware / first generation u100 and routers on: May 05, 2010, 16:52:26 PM

I always had some problems with the my wifi chipset (RTL8187SE) and internet. At home, I resolved it by buying a new router (Netgear WGR614L, see my other post). But there are some places where I can't connect as for instance my university, and that bothers me when I really need to connect.

I dont know exactly where the problem is coming from, but I am pretty sure it has something to do with my wifi card. At my university, after a very long time (2minutes) it says its succesful connected, but there is no way of surfing, it's not connected at all. Something else I don't understand is that there are 3 different public wifi networks on my university and they got all the same problem.

I am not expecting so much actually, and I know it probably has nothing to do with pardus. I just wanted to know if somebody could explain me why connection doesn't work with some routers when with other it does. Or maybe it doesnt when there are a lot of people connected on the router? Does anybody know if these chipsets are beter supported in next kernel versions?

Thanks a lot.
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