Bluetooth - Dell Wireless 350 3.5_x64 - Not recognized

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Bluetooth - Dell Wireless 350 3.5_x64 - Not recognized

Postby tyranny12 » Fri Jul 04, 2008 4:05

Alright, I've combed the forums for gentoo and sabayon, looked at the wikis too, and spent the last 4 hours hacking at this thing. Used the IRC channel too...

I have a Dell Latitude D820 running 3.5_x64. It has an internal Dell Bluetooth 350 card. This card worked on Sabayon 3.4. It has not worked on any loop, and now that I'm running 3.5 final, I want to use my external mouse again when I travel.

System details under gentoo here: http://gentoo-wiki.com/HARDWARE_Dell_Latitude_D820

The crux is that the internal bluetooth card is not recognized. DMESG shows bluetooth starting up: http://www.pastebin.ca/1061797
And if I toggle the wireless switch it shows that it (sort of) registers, but it also shows the root of the problem - my system is identifying it as a HID keyboard (USB ID 8105, where bluetooth is 8103/6)
http://www.pastebin.ca/1061799

This card is known to work under linux, and did in 3.4. It's listed under the hci_usb modules page.

hciconfig shows no output. hcitools -dev shows a blank 'Devices:' line.

Bluetooth services start up fine - *but* sdpd (as per the Gentoo bluetooth guide) doesn't show up in the list.

According to the Gentoo bluetooth guide, I needed to make sure HCI_USB was loaded as a kernel module. I did so. Then after reading a forum post I reinstalled bluez-libs, bluez-utils, and kbluetooth. No change.

lsmod output here: http://www.pastebin.ca/1061813
lspci output here: http://www.pastebin.ca/1061881
lsusb output below. you can see my poor bluetooth module listed as USB ID 413c:8105
http://www.pastebin.ca/1061880
Detailed lsusb output on that device here: http://www.pastebin.ca/1061813


Any ideas what to try next? I may have tried it - I don't remember all my steps. And for the record, kbluemon crashes on load.
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