Hi, I’m a new user and I might ask silly questions… I hope this will help future new users like me
I checked the wiki about bluetooth, here, but it uses gnome Bluetooth.
I’m using blueman and it works very well auto-pairing with my bluetooth headphones in good quality (A2DP) (something I havent been able to do with manjaro/gnome !)
but everytime I restart my computer, before opening blueman, I manually start bluetooth using this command :
sudo systemctl start bluetooth
How can I set up bluetooth to start up auto by default ?
I found an answer in ArchWiki, here,
We can edit the last line of bluetooth config file using this command :
sudo nano /etc/bluetooth/main.conf
and " add the line
/etc/bluetooth/main.conf at the bottom in the
like that :
Thanks for sharing this solution!
I don’t know the answer to this question, but hoping you or someone else does:
Does this solution also (or as an alternative to modifying the /etc/bluetooth/main.conf as you described) require the systemd unit to be enabled (not just started), e.g. by:
sudo systemctl enable bluetooth
Sorry if this is an elementary question—I’m still trying to learn too!
The actual command you need to use is:
sudo systemctl enable bluetooth.service
You need to use this command only once. Your computer will automatically start Bluetooth from then on. (The first time you use Bluetooth you may see a question asking if Bluetooth should always be enabled; obviously the answer is yes!)
I had the same question some time ago and this command has permanently enabled Bluetooth on all of my computers which are running EndeavourOS.
I hope that this is helpful to you.