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Rawhide, bluetooth and selinux



Hi all,

I try to get some communication running with rawhide and bluetooth.
Running "/etc/init.d/bluetooth start" won't start hcid, syslog says:
Mar 15 14:07:38 rzm-hagen-lt hcid[14385]: Bluetooth HCI daemon
Mar 15 14:07:38 rzm-hagen-lt hcid[14385]: Can't get system message bus name: Connection ":1.18" is not allowed to own the service "org.bluez" due to SELinux policy
Mar 15 14:07:38 rzm-hagen-lt hcid[14385]: Unable to get on D-BUS

Manually running hcid results in
Mar 15 14:08:38 rzm-hagen-lt hcid[14401]: Bluetooth HCI daemon
Mar 15 14:08:38 rzm-hagen-lt hcid[14401]: Starting security manager 0

At least it is running now...
Using nautilus I can send files to my cell-phone. Basically it is working. :-)
Trying to authenticated my cellphone to my desktop results in
Mar 15 14:04:45 rzm-hagen-lt hcid[14248]: pin_code_request (sba=00:10:C6:52:C1:CC, dba=00:15:B9:1F:77:A1) Mar 15 14:04:45 rzm-hagen-lt hcid[14248]: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknown: The name org.bluez.PinAgent was not provided by any .service files

gnome-bluetooth shows a symbol for my cell-phone and that's it. There are some buttons like "properties" which seem to have no effect.

I tried at my desktop and my notebook, different bluetooth-hardware but same results.

Can someone confirm or has someone better experience? Any advise how to get bluetooth running?

So to me bluetooth seems to be partially broken, but I won't consider this to be a blocker for FC5. ;-) However, IMHO it should be mentioned in the release-documentation and perhaps the gnome-bluetooth-icons should be removed from gnome-menu, since they are currently useless in a standard-FC5-installation.

BTW, if /usr/share/doc/HTML/index.html is to be updated, in section 9.5.2 graveman should IMHO not be mentioned, since at least here it is useless, crashing regularly with pointer-errors (reported to bugzilla several weeks ago).

--
CU,
   Patrick.


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