Document how to re-enable Bluetooth in the GNOME session
This is step 2 from https://mailman.boum.org/pipermail/tails-ux/2017-September/003454.html i.e.: document how to re-enable Bluetooth in the GNOME session and with Additional Software Packages (see commits 4fa1c46, 613b14c, 3d53d2c and 9320ca7 for inspiration).
Devices that are needed to log in via the Greeter (keyboard, mouse) are out of scope, which decreases the priority/usefulness of this ticket quite a bit, but still, at least one user has been asking for it since we did #14655.
When we work on this, if the new set of commands needed to re-enable Bluetooth is substantially harder to remember and type by hand than the old one (rfkill + apt install), IMO we should provide a wrapper script.
#5 Updated by intrigeri about 2 years ago
We were reported that
sudo rm /etc/modprobe.d/no-bluetooth.conf && sudo systemctl restart systemd-udev-trigger.service makes a Bluetooth mouse work but it causes all network interfaces to restart, WiFi stops working, and MAC spoofing is broken.
Also, reportedly this does nothing:
sudo rm /etc/modprobe.d/no-bluetooth.conf sudo udevadm trigger --type=devices --subsystem-match=bluetooth --action=add sudo rfkill unblock bluetooth sudo apt install gnome-bluetooth
rfkill list still does not list bluetooth.