I have a strange problem. I no longer see any Bluetooth settings in the Kubuntu System Settings.
I'm running Kubuntu 13.04 x64, kernel 3.10.9. My Bluetooth device is working. I can see it remotely, and I can test it using various utilities. (Such as from bluez-utils.)
However, there are no longer any Bluetooth settings anywhere in the Kubuntu System Settings!
I haven't removed any Bluetooth packages, at least, not knowingly!
I'm at a complete loss as to how this could happen, where the settings are supposed to be, or what could cause them to disappear in the first place!
The Bluetooth adapter is an Atheros AR3012. One thing I'm confused about is the driver for this device. Based on the entries in the kernel, I would have thought that the driver would be the 'hci_uart' module, however, the driver is really the 'btusb' module.
Regardless, as I said, it's working. I just can't control it from within KDE, because the settings are simply gone!
Please help! Thanks! :-)
Edit: I should add that doing a search for Bluetooth in the System Settings tool returns nothing, nor does searching in the KDE menu!