Bluetooth - Bluetake Presenter BTU-01

Jelle de Jong jelledejong at
Tue Apr 22 10:15:43 PDT 2008

Peter Hutterer wrote:
> Jelle de Jong wrote:
>> Wichmann, Mats D wrote:
>>> Nicolas Mailhot wrote:
>>>> Le samedi 19 avril 2008 à 17:11 +0200, Jelle de Jong a écrit :
>>>>> Is there nobody that can help me to get this device working?
>>>> If the device is standard HID and recognized as such by the kernel
>>>> using the evdev driver should work (modulo the fact evdev is not 100%
>>>> baked yet xorg-side)
>>>> If the device is not recognized by the kernel you typically need to
>>>> ask on the linux-input list (assuming you use linux)
>>> or the bluez project
>> Thank you for the information,
>> The device is recognised and can connect with the bluez hidd system 
>> and creates a input event that can be read and returns the data when 
>> pressing a key.
> please install evtest and test the /dev/input/event... device to check 
> whether the data is reported correctly. This way we can figure out 
> whether it is a kernel/bluez or Xorg problem.
>> However I cant get evdev to work. As showed in the attachments of my 
>> previous mail (please take a peak at them) i tried a basic xorg evdev 
>> setup with the device. But no luck, xorg even crashed hard a few times.
> without your Xorg log it'll be really hard to debug. Please open a bug 
> report and attach the spew from evdev and your log file.
> if you can (and you have a second machine), a backtrace when it crashes 
> will be appreciated.
> Cheers,
>   Peter

Hi Peter,

Thank you for your response,

I will test the device with evtest and post the xorg file and logs to 
the list when i have completed my test.

Kind regards,


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