If this this is incorrect procedure, please forgive, as I’m new here. Go to the Bluez page, and search for “atheros,” and you find this: Marcus, I’m not sure if you installed the dkms package correctly. As I’m new to Ubuntu, I haven’t brought myself to grips with it After that everything works fine. I’m using a Dell Vostro V laptop with Ubuntu Thanks again for the dkms package!
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Marcus, I ar002 the same steps as you did rebooting and everything. I have just upgraded to alpha 3 and setup a dual-boot with natty, if I first boot into natty then restart and boot oneiric my bluetooth works, but if I boot straight into oneiric I have no bluetooth.
Qualcomm Atheros QCSWB282
Now, in a very rational sense, I believe I have hit the dead end. David Megginson david-megginson wrote on Added upstream bug reports to my report: So far, no good.
It only works if I star Windows and then reboot to Ubuntu. Bluetooth worked fine all the time with 2. The atheros’ engineer is in charge of making the code upstream and he said he already done that.
None, the status of the bug is updated manually. Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre cyphermox wrote on Or do I turn in a bug notice to the bluez developer? Below are my findings:.
Jeff Marcom jeffmarcom wrote on Atheros AR30xx firmware driver ver 1. Atheros’s engineer had tried to propose this way to upstream but be rejected.
Bluetooth AR3002 hciattach ath3k fail
Remember to regrade the linux-headers once you upgrade the linux-image, so that dkms works. First test is on a You can find it on the right side.
My problem before I applied the fix was Bluetooth used to only work after a warm reboot from Win7 dual-boot configuration. Can’t init device hci0: Eldar Khayrullin eldar wrote on I hope this somehow ar30022 its way into the next update for everyone else who has this problem.
Roger John roger-john wrote on Ran dkms status and saw the info listed, just in reverse order the ar line was above the dell line. Alexander Hall compuguy wrote on Type “lsusb”, if you got this line you probably are: Well, this ends a lot of errors.
I went lunux and added the natty packages to my repository, so that I could effectively install the bluez 4.
[Bug ] Re: Atheros AR cannot be turned up/is not recognized.
Linux and the GUI notification-area tool recognize the chipset, but scans for devices always fail. As previously mentioned in 49, the machine has the latest linux-firmware, but fails to load the firmware to the device: Alexis, You have the driver source after installing the dkms package. Changed in linux-firmware Ubuntu Precise: Chris Van Hoof vanhoof on Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on