[Bug 328216] [NEW] Bluetooth keyboard not working in X in 9.04

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Sat Feb 21 14:11:23 GMT 2009

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I have a Logitech Dinovo Edge, which was working perfectly in Ubuntu
8.04 and 8.10. Now I have upgraded to 9.04 alpha the keyboard is still
working in the terminal, but as soon as X has started (gdm/gnome) it
does not function anymore. CTRL + ALT + F1 - F7... is working, and in
back in the terminal I can again use it as normal, but (back) in X it
does not work.

I can see my keyboard in the bluetooth device explorer, I see it being
paired, and when removing it and repairing it, I can enter the password
and repair it, but just like pressing CTRL + ALT + F# that is all that
is working... The DInovo Edge however also has a touchpad mouse
integrated, and this one is working...

So what I can conclude is: Bluetooth keyboard is successfully
paired/connected, but the keys aren't processed in the X applications.
It looks like the bluetooth-keyboard driver had to be defined in
Xorg.conf, but I don't think that should be the case, or know if this
can be the case anyway...

A Ps2 wired keyboard works as normal.

** Affects: gnome-bluetooth (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

Bluetooth keyboard not working in X in 9.04
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