Whenever I turn my bluetooth off from the settings menu, it's back on after reboot. I know this has already been asked but I've tried all answers that have been provided and nothing seems to work.
The most popular suggestion is: Run
sudoedit /etc/rc.local and add this before line with exit 0:
rfkill block bluetooth
When I do this, an empty file opens up and it's not even
rc.local if I'm correct. (see screenshot).
I'm running Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
If I run
ls -l /etc/rc.local this comes up:
If I run:
sudo rfkill list all:
I've tried everything in this link except installing BUM: How can I deactivate Bluetooth on system startup?