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    SubjectRe: [now bisected] Weird bluetooth keyboard regression - just me?
    On Tue, 1 May 2012 18:19:01 +0100
    Matthew Garrett <mjg59@srcf.ucam.org> wrote:

    > On its own, this should do precisely nothing.

    Nonetheless, at the previous patch
    (0846e7e9856c0928223447d9349a877202a63f24, usb: Add support for indicating
    whether a port is removable) things work. With this one, they don't.

    > What userspace are you
    > running, and what does the removable node in the sysfs entry for the
    > dongle's USB device say?

    It's Rawhide, updated yesterday. "Removable" says "fixed".

    FWIW, power/runtime_status reads "suspended" most of the time. By banging
    on the keyboard I can get it to "active", but it goes back to "suspended"
    even with continuous activity. Weirdly, the keyboard continues to work if
    I keep hitting keys.

    Thanks,

    jon
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