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Every time I turn on, restart or wake up my notebook or I have to restart my Bluetooth service in order for me to use it. But once I restart the service everything is fine. How can I delay the start of the Bluetooth service to keep me from having to restart it?

OS/ Linux Mint 11

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I was about to send you to Linux Mint's bugtracker when I found a bug report there that remarkably sounds like what you describe. Maybe it's worthwhile for you to jump in there. – sr_ Oct 27 '11 at 19:13
@sr_ your comment sounds like an answer. – Nils Oct 27 '11 at 20:25
uhm...right... added one. – sr_ Oct 27 '11 at 21:00
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Have a look at this bug report. (Maybe you can help them fix it)

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