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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Explicitly disable BT radio using rfkill interface on suspend
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Hi Oliver,

> > > > When coming out of S3 if the killswitch isn't activated, the logical
> > > > USB mouse isn't coldplugged again preventing the udev rule from being
> > > > matched upon. You can manually run hid2hci and the device will switch
> > > > modes.
> > >
> > > Ok. I don't think the right way to implement this is forcing dell-laptop
> > > to simulate an unplug. The HCI driver should be responsible for saving
> > > and restoring state of the device in its suspend/resume method.
> >
> > what do you expect the generic USB driver to do? I don't see anything we
> > can do about it, if the device gets removed from underneath us.
>
> In order to do this we'd have to put hid2hci into usbcore and maintain
> a list of devices it should operate on.

you know that hid2hci is a user space utility.

Regards

Marcel




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