[Bug 591298] Re: Bluetooth stops working after suspend/resume and requires reloading modules/restarting service to work again

Patrick Meidl patrick at pantheon.at
Thu Oct 21 08:22:45 BST 2010


I just tried the workaround described in the original post, and it
doesn't work:

$ sudo service bluetooth stop
$ sudo rmmod hidp
ERROR: Module rfcomm is in use

this is surprising, since lsmod doesn't list any dependencies for hidp:

$ lsmod |grep hidp
hidp                   15019  3 
l2cap                  42304  17 hidp,rfcomm,bnep
hid                    84678  2 hidp,usbhid
bluetooth              59213  10 hidp,rfcomm,sco,bnep,l2cap,btusb

as I said earlier, restarting the bluetooth-applet also doesn't solve
the problem. BTW, bluetooth applet behaves like this after resuming from
suspend:

- first, the applet icon is greyed out, no devices are shown in the menu
- after a fairly long time (about 30 seconds), the icon becomes normal, and my mouse shows up in the device menu. but if I click on the menu, the submenu for the mouse is empty.

the only solution to this issue is to reboot :( this is really annoying,
because it renders the suspend mode, which is a top prio feature for me
on a laptop, unusable.

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Bluetooth stops working after suspend/resume and requires reloading modules/restarting service to work again
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/591298
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