Created attachment 460247 [details]
Description of problem:
b43.ko disables bluetooth on hp mini 210
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
load the b43.ko module
Steps to Reproduce:
1. /sbin/insmod b43.ko
2. /usr/sbin/hciconfig hci0 up
3. hcitool scan
the bluetooth radio is off
the bluetooth radio should be on and should identify a
the closed source driver wl.ko works properly
Created attachment 460248 [details]
Please post the output of running "rfkill list" both before and after loading b43.ko.
Created attachment 460598 [details]
output of rfkill list after b43.ko has been loaded
Created attachment 460599 [details]
output of rfkill list when wl.ko is loaded
Created attachment 460600 [details]
output of rfkill list without any wireless module loaded
The only modules loaded here are
... bluetooth with this configuration works
Is this still an issue with a recent f14 or f15 kernel?
Yes: at least I am still having the same problem with the latest f14 kernel.
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