ROSA Linux Bugzilla – Bug 1789
Rebuild bluez to use /sbin/ instead of /us/sbin
Last modified: 2013-10-08 17:10:11 MSD
Currently /lib/systemd/system/bluetooth.service file invokes /usr/sbin/bluetoothd, which is a symlink to /sbin/bluetoothd. It is more correct to exec /sbin/bluetoothd directly, and there is no obstacles for this.
One more thing is that users report that bluez rebuild with modern build environment is more stable (e.g., mouse and loudspeakers work simultaneously for a long time on systems where they expected problems/conflicts in the past). I can't say why is it so, maybe this is just a new build environment, since we haven't updated sources and the only new patch is the one that switches /usr/sbin to /sbin.
So it would be nice to check that at least there are no regressions with the new package.
Rebuild bluez to exec bluetoothd from /sbin instead of /usr/sbin
The bluetooth tray icon hide after sleep-wakeup (close-open notebook lid). It's show only after bluetooth service restart.
Hm, did the previous version work?
Previous version work ok. The error present both x686 and x64.
Bluez has been updated since this bug was initially filed, so the stability question is not relevant. As for "/usr/sbin" vs "/sbin" question, this is currently just a cosmetic issue (unless we decide to join these two folders).
Brr, wrong resolution.