[PC-BSD Testing] (no subject)

Lars Engels lars.engels at 0x20.net
Fri Jul 20 03:31:27 PDT 2012


On Thu, Jul 19, 2012 at 11:37:08PM -0300, Brian C. Smith wrote:
> 
>  I've been playing around with bluetooth and while my devices are
>  detected, they will not pair. Right clicking on the devices via
>  bluetooth manager brings up "Could not pair to this device. Please
>  verify your device configuration before trying again." Device details
>  are  
> 
> BD_ADDR: 10:1d:c0:17:48:fdName:    SGH-T746Key:     nokeyPIN:     nopin
> for my samsung  impact and 
> 
> BD_ADDR: e8:3e:b6:74:a1:ccName:    BlackBerryKey:     nokeyPIN:     0000
> for the Blackberry
> I'm using a broadcom DBT-122 Bluetooth dongle.Also the system now
> fails to hibernate with a medium not found error. My PC-BSD installs
> never did manage to power down into a proper sleep mode...other than
> that, the install works fine

Do you try to Suspend to RAM or Suspend to Disk?
The latter is not supported, but your might have success with the
former, although on most hardware you need to tweak your kernel config.
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