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    alanzo NNTP User

    Default hidd not found in system Suse 11

    I installed Suse 11 in a completed full set, after installation, everything works ok, but when I tried to connect my bluetooth mouse to the system via command-line, it is said hidd can not be found (I already changed to root).

    At the begining I thought this might be a bug of Suse 11, so I updated the bluez-util to the latest stable version, anyhow hidd sitll can not be found.

    is there anyone can tell me where to find "hidd" , or what happened there? thank in advance

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    Default Re: hidd not found in system Suse 11

    Quote Originally Posted by alanzo
    I installed Suse 11 in a completed full set, after installation,
    everything works ok, but when I tried to connect my bluetooth mouse to
    the system via command-line, it is said hidd can not be found (I
    already changed to root).

    At the begining I thought this might be a bug of Suse 11, so I updated
    the bluez-util to the latest stable version, anyhow hidd sitll can not
    be found.

    is there anyone can tell me where to find "hidd" , or what happened
    there? thank in advance
    Hi
    Yes it appeared to get dropped (compiled without hidd), if you google
    you will see this also happened with Ubuntu. I also came across some
    instructions for creating a udev rule
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=4486290 but didn't work for
    me. Gave up and just downloaded the src rpm and used the tarball to
    create the bluez-utils without hidd being disabled and then copied hidd
    to /usr/bin

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    Cheers Malcolm (Linux Counter #276890)
    openSUSE 11.0 x86 Kernel 2.6.25.11-0.1-default
    up 8:26, 1 user, load average: 0.13, 0.17, 0.14
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    alanzo NNTP User

    Default Re: hidd not found in system Suse 11

    Thanks for you support. I will try it and see what happen. Your information is really detailed.

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