Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1018066
System freeze on connecting bluetooth mouse
Last modified: 2015-02-17 12:37:11 EST
Description of problem:
The system freezes within minutes after connecting a Bluetooth mouse. I have tried:
- Disconnecting all hardware, and switching it on one by one. The problem only occurs with the Bluetooth (mouse).
- I have tried several different mouses and the problem constently occurs.
- The problem also occurs at a different PC with a different Bluetooth-dongle and mouse.
The problem started occuring after the latest round of updates (approximately on Tuesday 15 October 2013). Before that this problem has not occured.
Notice that the system freeze is severe. There are no escape possibity but a 'hard'-reset. Also, no error messages are logged.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Connect Bluetooth mouse and connect
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Connect bluetooth mouse
2. Wait (or start working)
No helpfull lines turn of in the log-files
This happens for me too on Fedora 18. Complete system freeze a short while after my Magic Trackpad connects via bluetooth and I start using it.
Happened for me after I updated on Oct 24th after about a long month wait since last time. The only package I can identify as guilty from quickly skimming what was updated would be the kernel. I have however not tried to back down a version yet.
Running KDE without gnome-bluetooth installed.
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