WetGeek it's an m.2 adapter on the mobo. Does WiFi-6 and Bluetooth. It's a pretty common model, and was working fine until recently.
we updated bluez like 2 weeks ago maybe caused something with it
Girtablulu I tried sudo eopkg install --reinstall bluez bluez-qt bluedevil but no change. Can't power it on or enable from CLI or GUI.
sudo eopkg install --reinstall bluez bluez-qt bluedevil
Brucehankins reinstall will get the latest version from the repo, what you need to run is
sudo eopkg it https://packages.getsol.us/shannon/b/bluez/bluez-5.55-30-1-x86_64.eopkg
Girtablulu That worked perfectly. Bluetooth works as it should. So I'll have to reinstall the older version until the new version of Bluez is fixed upstream?
Brucehankins would be handy if you could a bug report upstream as well I haven't found anything but if you up for a test I rebuild blue-qt and bluedevil against the new version, wanna check if this is fixing it?
Girtablulu I'll test it out, what do you need me to do? I'll also report the issue upstream as well.
Contact info is in my bio if want to reach out off the forums.
Brucehankins update bluez to the latest versoin and install the 2 packages above and check if the rebuilds fix anything. if not reinstall bluez-qt and b luedevil from the repo, install the old bluez again
Girtablulu did not fix the issue. Can not enable Bluetooth still with the updated packages.
I did try enabling it through the System Settings app, and through the CLI again also.
Girtablulu I also tried to find a way to file a bug report/issue with the BlueZ devs, but couldn't figure out how.
@Brucehankins I think your issue is this one (that issue mentions gnome-settings but KDE most likely uses the same interface that gnome-settings uses to interact with bluetoothd). We just updated bluez with the patch for that issue so this should be resolved after the next unstable to stable sync.
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