[Bug 952036] Re: Bluetooth starts automatically on start-up. No option in Settings to disable upon start-up and Bluetooth not listed in Start-up applications.
mathieu.tl at gmail.com
Tue Mar 13 01:38:28 UTC 2012
Well, there is an easy way to disable bluetooth's daemon: you can
disable the upstart job like any other via .override files for the job.
For lack of a better link, here's how that can be done:
Also, rfkill state should be carried over between restarts via the
rfkill-store/rfkill-restore upstart jobs. Is it the rfkill state that
you are interested in?
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Status: New => Incomplete
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