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    SubjectRe: [now bisected] Weird bluetooth keyboard regression - just me?
    On Tue, May 01, 2012 at 12:39:23PM -0600, Jonathan Corbet wrote:
    > On Tue, 1 May 2012 19:31:49 +0100
    > Matthew Garrett <> wrote:
    > > > It's Rawhide, updated yesterday. "Removable" says "fixed".
    > >
    > > Ok, well that's the problem. udev is seeing "fixed" and enabling
    > > autosuspend. Is this really bluetooth, or does it appear as a USB HID
    > > device? Can you send lsusb -v?
    > Whether it's really bluetooth has been an issue in the past... parts of
    > the system have fought over it.

    Ok, so what I'm assuming is happening here is that the device is plugged
    into a port that's flagged "removable", but contains a built-in hub and
    the receiver is attached to *that*. So this code really needs to look
    back up the chain and see whether the parent port was removable or not.
    I think the kernel is arguably ok here, and the udev rule needs fixing.
    Let me talk to Kay.

    Matthew Garrett |

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