Guys, this is serious. After 3 weeks of inactivity on my fresh Fedora 37 my bleutooth no longer works and I can’t connect my wireless keyboard to do my work. I googled it and found some answers here on ask fedora suggesting to do dnf upgrade which I did but bleutooth still doesn’t work. It says Bluetooth was skipped because of a failed condition check (ConditionPathIsDirectory=/sys/class/bluetooth) I didn’t do anything, it just stopped working. This is ridiculous. I can’t connect my MX Logitech keyboard to even get into BIOS. After 3 weeks of inactivity suddenly everything stops working? Please, what is going on here? Can someone help me out?
dmesg | grep bluetooth
It used to work just fine and it suddenly stoped working by itself?
doesn’t return anything related to bluetooth.
I want to mention that the keyboard does work on my TV and Macbook while the dongle is still connected to my PC.
I don’t know anything about tags, I didn’t set it. Well, not only you can’t read but also can’t ask questions. How about asking more specific question such as “What version of the system are you running?” Or “What desktop environment are you running?” What do you expect from me? To read in your mind? Anyway, I also mentioned in my post that I have Logitech MX keys, you missed this, too. Also, what does desktop environment have to do with bluetooth? Nothing. So please, if you feel capable helping me out then please do, otherwise you’re making things worse.
Yes, I have rebooted hundreds of times. I can login using onscreen keyboard… THERE ARE NO DEVICES BECAUSE BLUETOOTH DOESN’T WORK!!! When I click on Bluetooth in Settings it says No Bluetooth Found while my keyboard dongle is connected to USB port. I can see it is loaded at boot
dmesg | grep logitech
[ 2.312421] logitech-djreceiver 0003:046D:C52B.0006: hiddev98,hidraw3: USB HID v1.11 Device [Logitech USB Receiver] on usb-0000:00:14.0-13/input2
[ 2.538302] logitech-hidpp-device 0003:046D:408A.0007: input,hidraw4: USB HID v1.11 Keyboard [Logitech MX Keys] on usb-0000:00:14.0-13/input2:1
It is very difficult to be calm when I write something and the other side doesn’t read it. I have a serious problem and if this is meant to be the official Fedora forum then I expect the other side to be helpful as well. You are not the only side who has expectations.
It isn’t that we do not read. It is that we do not have the information needed to be able to assist.
You said you have a Logitech MX keyboard connected by bluetooth. Is that the only possible way of connecting that keyboard? The specs show no.
The specs for your keyboard state that it is bluetooth or lbolt receiver connected. If you use the included lbolt receiver plugged into a USB port it avoids the bluetooth issue while you track down and fix that problem.
There is no reason to be upset, simply calmly explain things and ask reasonable questions while we work through finding the cause.
Once you have a functioning system with a keyboard that works we can provide instructions to aid in solving the bluetooth problem. This may even require using a different keyboard that does not use bluetooth should you no longer have the included lbolt receiver.
Personally I would never expect to get into the bios with a bluetooth keyboard. Bluetooth drivers are never loaded until after the kernel is loaded during boot, so bios cannot be accessed with a bluetooth device.
If the lbolt receiver is anything like the logitech unifying receiver the system sees it as a purely USB device and this is never an issue because the bios recognizes it and my K350 keyboard and MX mouse work for me in bios.
Yes, my Logitech MX Keys keyboard has a dongle which I keep connected to a USB port. It used to work just fine. This is the keyboard that has it’s own receiver so the system sees it in BIOS but the problem is that in order to pair it to work with my PC I need to go to Settings → Bluetooth and add it there but Bluetooth doesn’t work, it says there are no devices even when my receiver is connected to USB port.
No, I have a Logitech receiver, which is USB device and in order to pair it you need to go to Blutooth settings and enter the number that appears on the screen but the problem is that bluetooth device is down. It should look like on the screen below.
Since Bluetooth does not show up in inxi, I’ll save myself further questions.
So it can only be Bluez or a general driver problem.
But since I still do not know the DE?
Also ‘’‘bluetoothctl’‘’ falls away because the adapter is not recognized.
I connected my bluetooth USB dongle and I was able to pair my keyboard using bluetooth but that’s not what I want because I used to use the wireless logitech receiver included in the keyboard, not bluetooth. When I connect my keyboard using buetooth the keyboard doesn’t work in BIOS nor in bootloader and I want to get into BIOS. It used to work in BIOS and bootloader before. I have logitech unifying receiver
Do you have more than one unifying receiver? Then you might check if your keyboard is paired with both of them.
Is the battery of your motherboard ok? If you enter in bios with a wired keyboard, are the settings you made stored correctly ore do you loose some settings? If you loose settings it is might time to change the battery of your Motherboard.