Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 447299
bluetooth-properties crashes when trying to pair with bluetooth mouse
Last modified: 2009-07-14 11:04:19 EDT
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Description of problem:
I have Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000, and after installing Fedora 9 I tried to pair it with my bluetooth-enabled laptop through GUI. Bluetooth Preferences dialog -> Services tab -> Input service -> Add. When my mouse it detected, I click Connect button, and then application crashes. Bug-buddy report attached, there is also trace in system log that says:
May 18 00:33:23 D620 hcid: Hangup or error on HIDP control socket
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Initial release of F9 final, with no updates applied
Steps to Reproduce:
bluetooth-properties application crashes, and mouse doesn't get bonded with computer.
Bluetooth mouse should get connected and bonded with computer for future use.
I am able to connect with mouse using command line:
hidd --connect xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx --server
That way mouse also gets bonded and is visible in GUI/Input service dialog as present and connected.
Created attachment 305933 [details]
Bug buddy crash report
Reassigning to bluez-gnome.
The crash report is in mini-dump format. Please follow the instructions at
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/StackTraces to gather a useful backtrace of the crash.
Running bluetooth-properties in a terminal and gathering the log would also be
Created attachment 306300 [details]
Backtrace of bluetooth-properties crash
Could you please do the same thing with the debugging symbols installed as
I have installed bluetooth-properties-debuginfo package before doing that
backtrace. Is there still something missing?
Yes please, you need to install the dependencies' debuginfo as well, to get a
full backtrace (currently there's no line numbers, or source file listed in the
Use "debuginfo-install bluez-gnome.i386" as root to install the necessary packages.
OK, I'll try to do that once I'm back on my home/F9 machine.
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