I am in a serious problem. My keyboard is not working at the BIOS or at GRUB. I have two operating Systems OpenSUSE 12.3 32 bit and Ubuntu 12.04.1 32 bit. My OpenSUSE was booting but I could not switch to Ubuntu. I had BlueJ (Java IDE) installed. Today, I uninstalled it and my OpenSUSE too is not booting up. On pressing the arrow keys, an infinite loop of this message is being produced:
Starting D-bus System Message Bus...
[FAILED] Failed to start D-bus System Message Bus
See 'systemctl status dbus.service' for details.
I don’t know what to do. My PC has become unusable for the time-being. Neither bootable USB or CD is being detected.
Thanx in advance…
P.S.: tty1 login is getting stuck after entering password. Login is being timed out after 60 seconds.*
Sorry for my late reply. Since I did not receive any mail from OpenSUSE forums, I thought no one had yet replied to my thread.
It is a desktop computer without WiFi. I access Bluetooth through an external dongle which I plug in only when needed. Since the new version of OpenSUSE is coming within a few days, I plan to make a fresh installation but I am afraid I may face the same problem sometime in the future once again…
We are just two days from final release of openSUSE 13.1 and can confirm that after a full system update, after a new install, that bluetooth, run from kde, is working. I just used it to transfer photo’s from my smart phone. I have no idea about a bluetooth network, but you would think it could work.