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Installing systemd-sysv package fixed this problem for me.


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When in doubt, purge it out... to solve the problem above I did the following: sudo apt-get remove --purge bluez bluez-alsa bluez-audio bluez-btsco bluez-compat bluez-cups bluez-dbg bluez-gstreamer bluez-hcidump bluez-pcmcia-support bluez-tools bluez-utils python-bluez bluewho indicator-bluetooth libbluetooth-dev libgnome-bluetooth11 libbluetooth3 sudo ...


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Ubuntu is still using upstart to manage the user session, and systemd only manages the system session. Hopefully in the next release, the user session will migrate to systemd, and then this will work.


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Pulled from: http://askubuntu.com/a/233947 I can't comment on another answer, but from the highest rated answer, it says to echo "disabled" into an interrupt in order to disable an overactive ACPI line. To find which interrupt, run this: grep . -r /sys/firmware/acpi/interrupts/ Then, look for the answer with the high number. Echo disable into that file ...


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The issue has nothing to do with Network Manager. It is a problem with iwlwifi driver and your adapter. It was reported that turning power saving feature of this adapter solves the problem. It can be done by running in terminal sudo iwconfig wlan0 power off But this setting will not stay after reboot. I would turn it off in iwlwifi module by running ...


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Unmounting gvfs solved the problem for me: umount -fl /home/user/.gvfs rm -rf /home/user/.gvfs I found that solution here


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You're missing some dependencies. Please install them with sudo apt-get install python3-dbus python3-dbus.mainloop.qt Using sudo backintime causes some troubles because of wrong $HOME. Please use either sudo -i backintime for command-line or gksudo backintime-gnome for the old Gnome GUI or pkexec backintime-qt4 for the new Qt4 GUI instead. Disclaimer: ...


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Here is another example for monitoring all Bluetooth devices. It does not need to specify a specific MAC address. This approach makes the xinput setting persistent even when login/out, suspend/wake and connect/dis-connect your bluetooth device. This answer is originally from my other answer. I have a Thinkpad compact Bluetooth Keyboard, and I wish to run an ...



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