To post a comment you must log in. It is weird that upstream they did not notice the report. For the same reasons as above, I can’t install the patch because of the kernel difference. I also tried upgrading my kernel to linux-generic- lts-wily as recommended above. Could you check if your BIOS supports setting a master and user hard drive password? To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here:
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Failed to update QoS Jul 19 April 16, at 5: Thank you for your time. I followed the instructions here: There’s no need for user intervention. October 21, at July 31, at 6: The problem gets worse if I activate the Bluetooth where it creates a kind of weird issue with Network Manager where I can’t connect to any wifi AP.
For the same reasons as above, I can’t install the patch because of the kernel difference. Sorry, i forgot linuz which machine i was on. I tried to see if i could add a password to the HDD0, but i couldn’t select it at all. Why not just upgrade your kernel?
I will look into it. Wallcom Does it work with patched bt?
Oh, if I use suspend then the network-manager doesn’t re-enable. I’ve tried as been sugested by some forum threads to run the nohwcrypt option: There is no a driver package with the firmware in an acceptable format with linud distribution license.
Any news about the issue or kernel versions where this works?
I would like to report that I, too, am experiencing the same issue. I’ve been following this bug as I’m also affected. Notify me of new comments via email.
After clicking “ON” button on bluetooth gui for several times the bluetooth mouse might reconnect – or not. If you forget both, you have to get a new hard drive.
Duplicates of this bug Bug Reboot and it works. Could someone please recap the above discussion and point out linud steps a general user needs to take to make Bluetooth work? What issues are you seeing.