[Bug 318465] Re: Logitech MX5000 doesn't connect via bluetooth under ubuntu
Adam Hani Schakaki
krzd at krzd.net
Wed Mar 4 12:09:39 GMT 2009
There is just one way to connect them. You have to use the original
dongle and you must be sure, that it is recognized as USB hub and not as
To do this you have two possibilities:
a) After booting unplug the dongle and plug in in another USB port. Then connect with the red buttons.
b) Uninstall bluez.
Fedora 10 recognizes it as USB hub without doing any work-around, so
there it does work without problems.
** Description changed:
Binary package hint: bluez
My bluetooth stick (Logilink BT0004) is recognized. If i select my
keyboard or mouse, bluez starts connecting, but after a long time, there
stands Pairing failed. But it works on Windows and other linux distros
like fedora, linux mint, debian, opensuse.
My actual Ubuntu version is 8.10 64bit with bluez 4.12, but it also
affects 32bit versions and older version of Ubuntu.
+ Edit: Please see my comment for updated informations.
Logitech MX5000 doesn't connect via bluetooth under ubuntu
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