On Mon, 2011-01-31 at 23:45 +0100, Martin Kho wrote:
On Sunday 30 January 2011 14:29:19 Martin Kho wrote:
> When BlueDevil is enabled in rawhide and I log in into KDE it takes more
> time for the second 'boot-icon' appears than when BlueDevil is disabled.
> Also when I log out it takes more time than normal. In .xsession-errors I
> see a message that BluedDevil was crashed because of a fatal I/O-error.
> May be the slowness and crash have to do with the fact that I don't have
> any bluetooth adapters. I'm still using a medieval desktop pc :-)
Disabling BlueDevil in System Settings was not enough, I had to
remove/uninstall bluez and (lib)bluedevil, because the Bluetooth daemon was
still started by amarok / cagibid. Huh, a music app that invokes Bluetooth?
The slowness was actually caused by NetworkManager that needed a minute or so
to time out on a non-existing Bluetooth adapter.
IMHO the dependency of amarok on Bluetooth is a design fault. Some other
Must be for BT headsets and such, but it should be optional.