bluetooth-applet & to
~/.config/qtile/autostart.sh but I don’t see the Bluetooth applet anywhere.
When I run
bluetoothctl I get the following message: “Waiting to connect to bluetoothd…”.
I have to run
sudo /usr/lib/bluetooth/bluetoothd -n -d to enter
bluetoothctl. Then bluetooth works fine.
However, I would prefer to interract with bluetooth through GUI (applet).
a look at the EndeavourOS-Wiki provides the explanation.
sudo systemctl start bluetooth
sudo systemctl enable bluetooth
I hope this helps.
sudo systemctl start bluetooth, now
bluetoothctl works fine, but still no applet…
Have a look at the following thread where the OP seems to have solved a similar problem as yours:
Well, it is because I read this topic that I added
bluetooth-applet &, but in my case it didn’t work…
Now , I don’t know if this will make any difference, but from that thread:
blueman-applet & disown
It seems that the author of the thread made a typo, because he first mentioned
bluetooth-applet. My system can’t find
blueman-applet, how can I install it?
You might be right. That could be a typo.
But more specifacally the
disown part that seems to be lacking in your line.
you have blueman install? i no use eos qtile or qtile . just thought
I don’t have blueman, shall I do
sudo pacman -S blueman? Is it compatible with Qtile?
Blueman should be DE/WM agnostic if I am not mistaken.
Everything works fine now, thank you all.
To sum up, here is what has to be done to make Bluetooth applet work:
$ sudo pacman -S blueman
- add the following line to
$ sudo systemctl enable bluetooth
see. just need install + small read .
glad you fix your problem
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