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You are right: Linux kernel comes with the drivers (aka modules), and if some of the drivers do not work, you may try installing or booting (if you have) a different kernel. For instance, on 14.04LTS, kernel 3.19 I had a problem with the Virtual box kernel module. But with 14.04LTS and kernel 3.13 there is no problem. Notice, however, that if the Linux ...
I had this problem a while back. Basically what's happening is that the MX Master requires Bluetooth Smart and Ubuntu ships with bluez (the Bluetooth driver) 4 which does not have support for Bluetooth Smart. Bluez 5, which adds support for Bluetooth Smart, is supposed to start shipping with 15.10, but for now, you'll have to install bluez 5 manually if you ...
I believe what is happening is that you have a mouse that uses the new low-energy bluetooth mode that was introduced in bluez5 and your running bluez4. I have a similar situation with my Microsoft Arc Mouse. In this line: [ 1359.069997] Bluetooth: HCI request failed to create LE connection: status 0x0c the LE connection refers to this new low-energy mode ...
Ok, I have discovered that it is possible and I discovered how: I installed all bluez (bluez + bluez-*) packages and purged any other application related to bluetooth (blueman, bluewho, etc.). I do not know if this is strictly relevant, but until I didn't do this I couldn't manage to connect to the speakers. I also installed all the pulseaudio utilities ...
run sudo apt-get install libmtp-common mtp-tools libmtp-dev libmtp-runtime libmtp9 then sudo apt-get dist-upgrade runsudo nano /etc/fuse.confWe want to remove the # from the below line of code for user_allow_other, like so... Code: #/etc/fuse.conf - Configuration file for Filesystem inUserspace(FUSE) #Set the maximum number of FUSE mounts ...
Run in terminal sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/iwlwifi-opt.conf <<< "options iwlwifi bt_coex_active=0" and reboot. Bluetooth coexistence technology in iwlwifi is not good and makes things worse.
Try: apt-get install python-evdev python3-evdev The error message just indicates a missing Python package (evdev>=0.3.0 not found).
Search for "Personal file sharing". Then activate "Receive files over Bluetooth". That is it, worked for me.
It looks like the changes to the C code from the other answer do work (but off turns on the function keys, I had thought on would do that). I wanted to extend the code to auto-detect the keyboard for me and couldn't bear the thought of writing file searching code in C, so I ported the code to Perl 5: #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use constant ...
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