Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 220778
sdpd does not come back up after resume from hibernate
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:52 EST
On resuming from hibernate, KbluetoothD (KDE Bluetooth Framework) pops up a
message box with the error "Failed to connect to the SDP server. Please make
sure that sdpd is running; without it, other devices will not be able to find
out which services your computer offers"
HP Pavillion dv4000 with built-in Bluetooth
I also have:
Having bluez-gnome is the only way I could get my laptop and phone to pair, by
using bluetooth-applet. kdebluetooth doesn't seem to have any way for pairing
It's also probably worth mentioning that bluetooth-applet seems to ignore my
settings in /etc/bluetooth/hcid.conf for the computer's name and PIN. Does
anybody know where it keeps this information?
Happens every time the computer resumes from hibernate (suspend to disk)
Steps to Reproduce:
1. From normal KDE desktop, close lid. Laptop goes into hibernate mode
2. Open laptop lid, push power switch to bring laptop into resume mode
3. Laptop resumes, but messagebox with the error pops up
See above. Also, KDE Bluetooth icon in notification area is unusable. However,
manually starting sdpd at command line restores normal behaviour
I expect Bluetooth to resume working as it was before going into hibernate.
Created attachment 144376 [details]
pop-up error message displayed on resume from hibernate
I removed the bluetooth unloading and reloading stuff in
/etc/pm/hooks/49bluetooth as suggested in bug 213387, and this fixed the problem.
The real bug is probably 213387,and this should be fixed.
Marking as a duplicate of 213387, as per previous comment.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 213387 ***