kbluetooth4

lists@ptfd.org chief at porterfire.org
Fri Jan 23 23:14:38 UTC 2009


I see kbluetooth is now loaded and starts as of yesterdays update, however 
when I try to set-up anything with the device manager it just looks at me with 
no response. I killed kbluetooth4 and started it with a konsole then I get 
this.

~$ kbluetooth4
kbluetooth4(794) Solid::Control::ManagerBasePrivate::loadBackend: Backend 
loaded:  "BlueZ"
kbluetooth4(794) KBlueTray::onlineMode: online Mode
kbluetooth4(794) KBlueTray::onlineMode: adapter size  1
kbluetooth4(794) KBlueTray::onlineMode: Adapter found  "chiefnb-0"
AGENT registered !
kbluetooth4(794) ObexServer::ObexServer: "00:00:00:00:00:00"
kbluetooth4(794) ObexServer::serverCreated: obex server created
kbluetooth4(794) ObexServer::serverCreated: session interface created for:  
"/org/openobex/server1"
mike at chiefnb:~$ kbluetooth4(794) ObexServer::slotStarted: server started
kbluetooth4(794) KBlueTray::slotServerStarted: obex server started
kbluetooth4(794) KBlueTray::showManager: Starting Device Manager
kbluetooth4-devicemanager(806) 
Solid::Control::ManagerBasePrivate::loadBackend: Backend loaded:  "BlueZ"
kbluetooth4-devicemanager(806) DeviceMan::DeviceMan: Device Manager - Welcome
QDBusObjectPath: invalid path ""
process 806: arguments to dbus_message_new_method_call() were incorrect, 
assertion "path != NULL" failed in file dbus-message.c line 1070.
This is normally a bug in some application using the D-Bus library.
QDBusConnection: error: could not send message to service "org.bluez" path "" 
interface "org.freedesktop.DBus.Introspectable" member "Introspect"
Object::connect: No such signal 
Solid::Control::BluetoothRemoteDevice::nodeCreated(QString)
Object::connect: No such signal 
Solid::Control::BluetoothRemoteDevice::nodeRemoved(QString)
Object::connect: No such signal 
Solid::Control::BluetoothRemoteDevice::nodeCreated(QString)
Object::connect: No such signal 
Solid::Control::BluetoothRemoteDevice::nodeRemoved(QString)
Object::connect: No such signal 
Solid::Control::BluetoothRemoteDevice::nodeCreated(QString)
Object::connect: No such signal 
Solid::Control::BluetoothRemoteDevice::nodeRemoved(QString)
kbluetooth4-devicemanager(806) DeviceMan::getConfiguredDevices: Device List 
Size:  1
kbluetooth4-devicemanager: symbol lookup error: kbluetooth4-devicemanager: 
undefined symbol: _ZN5Solid7Control21BluetoothRemoteDevice4nameEv



Any ideas?

Mike
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Michael W. Holdeman
Chief 
Porter Fire Department

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