[Bug 979174] Re: Bluetooth switches on after restart

julenissen dev at falk-petersen.no
Wed Apr 18 20:28:28 UTC 2012

> Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre (mathieu-tl) wrote on 2012-04-16: 	#2
> Is this reproducible with your system fully up to date?
Partly. When deactivating using the applet, it stays off. When deactivating via hardware button (Fn + F12), it's on again after boot. Seems to me like the hardware button is the most powersaving way of disabling, as there's a LED indicating the bluetooth status. This LED only turns off when using hardware button.

> I can't reproduce this on my own system. When bluetooth is turned off
via the menu or via the killswitch (soft killswitch in my state, via
Fn+F2 on a Dell system), bluetooth remains blocked. This is supposed to
be taken care of by the rfkill-store/rfkill-restore upstart jobs; and
probably needs a bit more investigation (and it would probably be useful
for the kernel team to look at it).

I uploaded the apport information.

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