On 17 May 2012 18:35, Radek Polak <pson...@seznam.cz> wrote: > It looks like bluetooth adapter and bluez are not working. You can try: > > /etc/init.d/bluetooth stop > > or > > update-rc.d -f bluetooth remove > > > First commands stops bluetooth and after that qtmoko will start ok. Second > one disable bluetooth during init, so you will have qtmoko working also > after restart (but without bluetooth).
success! it is working now > > If you need bluetooth we have to figure out what is wrong with it. You can i think i physically fubar'd the bluetooth board when i replaced the screen. i remember thinking i had pressed too hard and wondered which part of the phone it was. fortunately i've never used bluetooth and don't intent to, so no problems. thanks for the help -- robin http://fu.ac.nz - Auckland's Free University _______________________________________________ Openmoko community mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community