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@SOLUTION! This worked for me :) Firstly, I ran: sudo dpkg-reconfigure gnome-control-center It didn't help so i ran this one and it solved my problem: sudo apt-get -f install --reinstall gnome-control-cente I hope it will help someone in the future. Thanks for help anyway :)
Try with the below command and install the bluetooth genome again and then check whether you are able to connect to the bluetooth device, sudo apt-get install bluetooth blueman bluez-hcidump bluewho python-bluez bluez-tools Hope this helps.
Can you post the results of lsusb and hciconfig --allas there are some chipsets that are not yet supported correctly I was able to patch a couple modules so that your bluetooth should work in 14.10 with the 3.16.0-28 64 bit kernel, check with uname -a hopefully it shows x86_64 also New modules zipped can be found ...
the XFCE Desktop Manager Plugin (that comes in the xubuntu-desktop package) allows you to edit each display individually while still retaining the folders on your desktops. A screenshot of my 2 desktops with the manager open is here: http://i.stack.imgur.com/Bzg7G.jpg in the yellow box it says "Move this dialog to the display you want to edit the settings ...
If you used this method of installing Gnome 3.14 (basically using the ppa:gnome3-team/gnome3-staging and/or ppa:gnome3-team/gnome3 PPAs - the article also details some problems that occur in Unity caused by installing 3.14), you should be able to use the following: sudo apt-get install ppa-purge sudo ppa-purge ppa:gnome3-team/gnome3 sudo ppa-purge ...
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