Utilite2 Linux Known Issues

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  • Utilite2 features Bluetooth 4.0 interface implemented with Atheros QCA6234. The Bluetooth device interfaces the Host Controller Interface (HCI) via serial connection (UART). The serial BLuetooth device currently is not attached to the Buetooth stack automatically.
Workaround #1: Attach the serial Bluetooth device via UART HCI to the Bluetooth stack manually:
utilite@utilite-desktop:~$ sudo hciattach -s 115200 /dev/ttyHS0 ath3k 3000000
Device setup complete
Workaround #2: Add a reference to the Bluetooth serial device to the /etc/bluetooth/uart file in order to attach it to the Bluetooth stack at boot time. Reboot the Utilite2.
utilite@utilite-desktop:~$ su
root@utilite-desktop:/home/utilite# echo "/dev/ttyHS0 ath3k 3000000" > /etc/bluetooth/uart
root@utilite-desktop:/home/utilite# cat /etc/bluetooth/uart 
/dev/ttyHS0 ath3k 3000000
root@utilite-desktop:/home/utilite# reboot
Fix: available since 30-Jul-2015 release version.
  • Utilite2 boot can pause for some time if there is no network connection. Following messages may appear:
Waiting for network configuration...
Waiting up to 60 more seconds for network configuration...
Booting system without full network configuration...
Workaround: Edit the /etc/network/interfaces file and comment out the following lines:
auto eth0
iface eth0 inet dhcp
Fix: available since 30-Jul-2015 release version.
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