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You can use hciconfig to do that. First manually connect your mouse as you usually do, then open a terminal and run hciconfig -a to retrieve its name. It should be something like hciX where X is the number of your device. You can either use hcitool scan, it should give the name as well. Once this is done, you can force the bluetooth device detection by ...
Both os need have the same bluetooth name and use same key (last working one) On windows key is stored at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\BTHPORT\Parameters\Keys\yor_mac_address On Linux /var/lib/bluetooth/yor_mac_address/linkkeys To read or edit windows 7 key need "PSEXEC" to exec regedit as system account. ...
Olli Salonen has his own ppa which needs to be added to your list if you want to install via apt. Here is the info about adding ppa. https://launchpad.net/~daou/+archive/ppa Also, this link might help with installing on newer version of Ubuntu since I see Olli isn't active for quite a while now.
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