lotuspsychjegood morning02:05
ubottuLunar Lobster is the codename for Ubuntu 23.04. For technical support, see #ubuntu-next. For testing and QA feedback and help, see #ubuntu-quality.09:38
luna_23.10 development has not started yet for another couple of weeks09:40
lotuspsychjewont be long luna_ 09:41
lotuspsychjetoolchain follows up pretty quickly these days09:42
luna_yeah about 1,5-2 weeks09:42
ice9if I want to use ubuntu-bug to report an issue with bluetooth, which package to provide?09:42
lotuspsychjeice9: bluez maybe09:43
ice9I'm confused, what's the difference between the driver and the linux-firmware?15:12
leftyfbice9: my understanding is that linux-firmware loads firmware for devices into memory as opposed to firmware that gets flashed to the device. I might be oversimplifying or even wrong15:43
Jeremy31leftyfb: some firmware gets loaded into hardware21:03
Jeremy31ice9: What is the issue with Bluetooth?21:03
daftykinsoy it's like softmodems all over again21:04
Jeremy31Power off the device and the firmware clears21:05
daftykinsnot really firmware anymore, then21:07
Jeremy31Not a permanent thing like flashing a BIOS update21:10
daftykinsugh i was improving some silly Dell all-in-one computers at a client today, dust clearing and thermal paste reapplication... ahead of a RAM upgrade... and saw my predecessor had installed the OS as legacy with secure boot off and TPM off21:11
daftykinswhat amateurs21:11
ice9Jeremy31, can't enable bluetooth in gnome settings nor in blueman-manager21:30
ice9blueman-manager 23.30.04 ERROR    Manager:147 on_dbus_name_appeared: Default adapter not found, trying first available.21:30
ice9blueman-manager 23.30.04 ERROR    Manager:151 on_dbus_name_appeared: No adapter(s) found, exiting21:30
ice9this happened right after upgrade from 23.0421:30
Jeremy31ice9: post URL from terminal for>  (lsusb; dmesg | egrep -i 'blue|firm')|nc termbin.com 999921:30
ice9Jeremy31, https://termbin.com/jpyo21:31
Jeremy31ice9: What kernel?21:33
ice9Jeremy31, 6.2.021:33
* daftykins walks outside the channel and checks the name above the door21:35
Jeremy31ice9: File a bug against package linux as it is a kernel issue21:36
ice9Jeremy31, how are sure it's the kernel not the driver or the firmware?21:36
Jeremy31ice9: Because the kernel is responsible for loading correct firmware, that chipset might need a flag in btusb because of this error "Failed to read MSFT supported features (-110)"21:38
Jeremy31ice9: you could try copying https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/firmware/linux-firmware.git/tree/intel/ibt-19-0-4.sfi into /lib/firmware/intel/ and do a reboot as that is the newest version21:50
ice9Jeremy31, I already installed this https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/firmware/linux-firmware.git but didn't help21:52
ice9I mean I installed all firmware there21:52
Jeremy31So you have the latest/greatest firmware that Intel has made available21:53
daftykinsmaybe TJ's old ACPI OSI trickery could be worth a go?21:54
daftykinsfor fun if nothing else21:54
ice9Jeremy31, maybe I install the old firmware that was on 22.10?21:55
daftykinsalthough perhaps support should be pursued in support channels y'know, just saying...21:55
Jeremy31ice9: Did you try it on 22.04?21:55
ice9Jeremy31, 22.04 and 22.10 was working fine21:55
Jeremy31So it must be the kernel21:56

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