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I install Ubuntu 13.10 64bit on my Dell N5010 laptop and I have also installed proprietary drivers for my ATI Radeon HD5650 and wireless card.

I have noticed that Ubuntu didn't recognized my Bluetooth, because I can't find it in Bluetooth settings and there is no indicator in the tray.

Can you tell me if it is possible to activate Bluetooth somehow?

After I typed rfkill list all in terminal I didn't get anything that is connected with Bluetooth (only WLAN).

Beside that, I have also noticed that after I installed ATI radeon drivers (fglrx) I can't change brightness of my screen.

Is it possible to fix this issue?

I tried with GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash acpi_backlight=vendor" but it didn't work.

I have tried to find solution but I didn't have much luck.

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