Bluetooth Mouse on my Ubuntu Laptop – an easy feat

I was surprised at how easy it was. You need to do the following: 1. Find your mouse’s address using ‘hcitool scan‘ 2. Verify that you can pair the two devices using ‘sudo hidd –connect XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX‘ 3. Edit /etc/default/bluetooth, uncomment the additional line with the HIDD_OPTIONS and set it to be “–connect XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX –server” 4….


Update – Netboot on RHEL x86 (32bit) with Broadcom (tg3) – no network

In my post just below, I have defined a set of tests to verify the possible cause of the tg3 problem. It had nothing to do with autoneg, and was fixed in RHEL 4 Update 4. That 32bit installer works correctly. One last thing to test – rebuild the installer initrd, and replace tg3 module…