Changed in bluez Ubuntu: Activation wlan0 Stage 1 of 5 Device Prepare complete. Activation wlan0 Stage 2 of 5 Device Configure starting If it’s a USB dongle, then paste in the output of lsusb. Initializing daemon Jan 19
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Changed in bluez Ubuntu: It can see its there, it can attempt to connect, yet it will never connect. Here is a similar bug, but for a different Broadcom device: If I boot on OSX yes, my G1 works perfectly as hackintosh first and then restart Ubuntu without poweoffbluetooth works fine.
If it’s a USB dongle, then ubunth in the output of lsusb.
Activation wlan0 Stage 2 of 5 Device Configure complete. The BCM is wifi part of chipset, the bluetooth component has a different id. Status changed to ‘Confirmed’ because the bug affects multiple users.
Fixed on Kernel 4. Please note that Sign up using Facebook. Paul Necsoiu paul-necsoiu wrote on Activation ubunntu Stage 2 of 5 Device Configure scheduled ON my Ubuntu I have installed Ubuntu Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
What’s the commit hash for the fix in the upstream kernel? I would love to dive into Ubuntu, but without the internet its pointless.
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I’m afraid that doesn’t tell us what the wireless network hardware is. To post a comment you must log in. The commit hash I was looking for is a86c02ea38c53b6 ununtu 18d73eb4e8 “Bluetooth: Broadcom Corporation BCM I don’t know where is the commit hash, but in btusb.
Unknown command complete for opcode 19 bluetoothd: