Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 988577
Bluetooth icon disappeared from the panel after upgrading to Fedora 19
Last modified: 2013-07-26 16:17:56 EDT
Description of problem:
I've upgraded from Fedora 18 to 19 and bluetooth icon disappeared from my taskbar. Also, there are no bluetooth-related shortcuts in my LXDE menu. Now I don't know how to connect my headphones to the laptop.
All bluetooth-related packages are probably installed:
user@A230N4 ~$ rpm -qa | grep bluez
user@A230N4 ~$ rpm -qa | grep bluetooth
AFAICS gnome-bluetooth no longer provides a trayicon but only works in GNOME Shell. Please ask the maintainer for clarification.
Or you might just want to use mate-bluetooth or blueman.
mate-bluetooth works fine for me. Thank you!
Good to know. Please note that mate-bluetooth pulls in a lot of dependencies, we are working to improve that. Feel free to watch bug 988912 and bug 988944 for updates.