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Comment 12 Juhani Jaakola Pcmcia Bluetooth Btm now has a special edition for these Windows versions: Reasons for your score: Pcmcia Bluetooth Btm driver installation manager was reported as very satisfying by a large percentage of our reporters, so it is recommended to download and install.

Comment 13 Juhani Jaakola Thank you for reporting this bug and we are sorry it could not be fixed.

– hciattach fails with BTM for current Fedora 10 versions

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Comment 22 Juhani Jaakola CompactFlash card providing a Bluetooth interface for the Zaurus, which is not Bluetooth-enabled by default.

Comment 3 Juhani Jaakola HCI H4 protocol initialized kernel: It’s always detected and used as a serial device, but the Affix modules are not loaded. The card’s LED, though does light for a moment after inserting it. I have bought cheaply a!

This card gives the following output when inserted into a properly configured notebook running FreeBSD: Comment 11 Juhani Jaakola HCILL protocol initialized bluetoothd[]: Comment 6 Juhani Jaakola This is interesting, because another laptop with the same kernel works!


As a result we are closing this bug. This card gives the following output when inserted into a properly configured notebook running FreeBSD:. I wil keep coming back for sure. It is Fedora’s policy to close all bug reports from releases that are no longer maintained.

BT0100M Bluetooth card on the Sharp Zaurus

Bluetooth applet starts and works. Out-of-order packet arrived, got 1 expected 0 bluetoothd[]: Comment 19 Chuck Ebbert Often a more recent Fedora release includes newer upstream software that fixes bugs or makes them obsolete. After inserting the card, turning the Zaurus on, and executing a modprobe on all the Affix bluetooth kernel modules, the card is not recognized, and it seemed as if none of the modules were loaded.

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