https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=434666 sounds like this?
Exactly! I removed bluedevil and bluetooth devices were alive after login. However no more configuration options for bluetooth devices in system configuration 🙁
clauded we are stateless so
sudo cp /usr/share/defaults/bluetooth/main.conf /etc/bluetooth/main.conf
and edit the flag
clauded the autoenable inside the bug report, you may have to activate it manually after login, as long as there isnt a patch for it I cant backport anything to fix it
It's a catch 22: setting autoenable to false disable the bluetooth devices in SDDM (but fixes the KDE bug).
clauded well what's the better catch then 🙂
If only I could type a reply with my BT keyboard... 😆
clauded you can't activate after loging?
This is strange: I deleted /etc/bluetooth/main.conf and now BT works in SDDM and is enabled after login.
clauded I deleted /etc/bluetooth/main.conf and now BT works in SDDM and is enabled after login.
I found this curious ... I use BT earbuds with my Plasma laptop, and they've never failed to connect automatically.
clauded hum? okay that's a bit weird but glad it's solved
@WetGeek Sddm is the plasma display manager, similar to lightdm on Budgie
WetGeek earbuds are not really a problem with SDDM... 🙂
clauded earbuds are not really a problem with SDDM...
I have no idea what SDDM is, but I'm pretty sure I'm glad that earbuds aren't an issue with it. Thanks!
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