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The bluetooth is at fault after upgrade on OPI win plus


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Hi, every one:

I installed Armbian Xenial desktop legacy kernel 3.10.y on my OPI win plus , it's good.

(At least, Bluetooth, WIFI and Ethernet are good).

 

 

But after i execute "apt upgrade",The bluetooth is fault.

So, I tried to freeze the kernel upgrades, and hold "armbian-firmware"package, then run "apt upgrade", All do not work.

However, when i insert a BT-dongle(USB), this dongle is functional.

 

So I think there is a bug in some package, please help me to solve.

 

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Hi Igor:

 

Thanks for your reply.

But, I have frozen the kernel upgrade, but there is still a problem.

I remember that freezing the kernel upgrade should mean that the BSP upgrade is also frozen, right?

Where is "linux-root-xenial-orangepiwin"?

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2 hours ago, foxinstone said:

Where is "linux-root-xenial-orangepiwin"?


If you choose to freeze from armbian-config, this should also be frozen. Then it could be a problem with upstream changes - check which packages, that might be related, are changed.  No other ideas.

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Hi, Igor:

 

Yes, I did freeze them from armbian-config (except armbian-firmware, which was blocked with 'dpkg --set-selections').

 

It is important to point out that after performing "apt upgrade", After Bluetooth failed, I used the method of freezing upgrade.

However, the freeze upgrade does not seem to solve the Bluetooth failure problem.

 

The problem I reported can be reproduced steadily. That is:
As long as an upgrade, Bluetooth will definitely fail. (Whether it is freezing the kernel upgrade)

In fact, I have repeatedly flashed the TF card (This means that the installation is fresh) test many times.

 

I think this problem should be solved...

 

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