new behavior of Logitech diNovo Edge keyboard

David Woodhouse dwmw2 at
Fri Sep 21 16:40:39 UTC 2007

On Fri, 2007-09-21 at 16:58 +0200, DI Mario Bruckschwaiger wrote:
> When not moving the cursor (touching the touch disk) during startup, the
> keyboard won't work (red bluetooth light on the keyboard). Either the
> cursor is moved during the startup process or the bluetooth usb receiver
> for the keyboard is unplugged and plugged in again when in gdm will make
> the keyboard work. This is not so in Fedora 7. I noticed this behavior
> with the last three or four kernels from rawhide, don't know if this
> behavior also showed up before. It's also the same with the current
> xen-kernel. So I don't think it's a kernel problem. But it is strange
> and it is not very comfortable.
> For information: I did not do a clean install, instead I upgraded a
> former Fedora 7 installation.

Is the host-side part of this hardware actually operating in Bluetooth
mode? Is hcid running? Is the input service running? Are there
interesting messages in /var/log/messages? What does 'hcidump -VX' show
when you start typing?


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