Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 179218
bluetooth mouse (HID) is not automatically recognized
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:22 EST
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Description of problem:
My bluetooth mouse (Trust MI-5300m, HID profile) is not automatically recognized anyhow.
To make it work, I have to everytime press the pairing button on the mouse after tunring it on, then executing either of the following (assuming that bluetooth service is started):
/usr/bin/hidd --connect 00:0A:94:C1:3F:9B
where the second one is slightly faster (both calls result in a working mouse).
However, if the mouse is left unattended for some time or if it is turned off and back on, the whole procedure must be repeated, involving the pairing process again.
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Steps to Reproduce:
Expected Results: I expect that already paired mouse should start working automagically :-)
It may probably involve running
on startup, can it be configured "the official way"?
There's an init script which will run hidd for you at startup. That seems
sufficient for my own bluetooth mouse.