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SubjectRe: [V4.1] Regression: Bluetooth mouse not working.
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Hi Joerg,

>>>>>> On Fri, Apr 17, 2015 at 5:36 AM, Jörg Otte <jrg.otte@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>>> The BT mouse is "death" in v4.1.
>>>>>>> The BT mouse has been working in 4.0 and previous kernels, so this
>>>>>>> is a regression.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Any chance of bisecting it?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Linus
>>>>> I will try that.
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks, Jörg
>>>>
>>>> I first tried to bisect over all. But than I got an unbootable kernel.
>>>> Then I did a bisect over net/bluetooth and I get the following fist bad
>>>> commit:
>>>>
>>>> 5f5da99f1da5b01c7c45473a500c7dbb77a00958 is the first bad commit
>>>> commit 5f5da99f1da5b01c7c45473a500c7dbb77a00958
>>>> Author: Marcel Holtmann <marcel@holtmann.org>
>>>> Date: Wed Apr 1 13:51:53 2015 -0700
>>>>
>>>> Bluetooth: Restrict HIDP flags to only valid ones
>>>>
>>>> The HIDP flags should be clearly restricted to valid ones. So this puts
>>>> extra checks in place to ensure this.
>>>>
>>>> Signed-off-by: Marcel Holtmann <marcel@holtmann.org>
>>>> Signed-off-by: Johan Hedberg <johan.hedberg@intel.com>
>>>>
>>>> :040000 040000 b51ac3634c9d44f4d9df0e7f548b524954b99c76
>>>> 63bfb47283609849f1b3b8f05fe61743ccddfee6 M net
>>>
>>> thanks for bi-secting this. I looked at our existing userspace and restricted it to the flags that are currently in use. However it seems that I made a mistake. What version of BlueZ userspace are you using (bluetoothd --version).
>>>
>>>
>> bluetoothd --version
>> 4.98
>
> okay. I only looked at BlueZ 5.x and that might have been my mistake. Let me check this and fix this properly.

I think that I know what I screwed up here. I sent you a patch to fix this. Can you please test it and report back. If that fixes it for you, then I will send it to Linus for inclusion.

Regards

Marcel



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