#12489 BLOC 4-softw: Bluetooth needs to be factory-testable

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#12489: Bluetooth needs to be factory-testable
           Reporter:  dsd                  |       Owner:  wmb at laptop.org
               Type:  defect               |      Status:  new           
           Priority:  blocker              |   Milestone:  4-software    
          Component:  ofw - open firmware  |     Version:  not specified 
         Resolution:                       |    Keywords:                
        Next_action:  never set            |    Verified:  0             
Deployment_affected:                       |   Blockedby:                
           Blocking:                       |  

Comment(by Quozl):

 My mail was a response on 17th January to Quanta for a Linux based test to
 be used in final test phase.  The complete test was:

 Method: boot to Sugar or GNOME and enter Terminal activity, enable a
 mobile telephone bluetooth mode and place nearby, type these commands;

 sudo hciconfig hci0 up
 sudo hcitool scan

 If the device address of the mobile telephone is shown, then the test
 has passed.

 Note that last sentence, it forms a critical part of the test.  The test
 was designed to verify that the module, transmission line, and antenna
 were functioning.

 I don't think just producing an error or warning if no remote devices are
 found would be a test of anything much.  I'd like to see the test
 requirements clarified.

 (The additional modprobe is needed with current builds, and is harmless if
 the module is already present.)

Ticket URL: <http://dev.laptop.org/ticket/12489#comment:6>
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