So, I'm trying to use my Apple Bluetooth Keyboard on Linux with limited success. When I first installed Linux, it was all working fine. Then I installed some KDE stuff, including some Bluetooth stuff, and the keyboard stopped working. Now I can use the "hidd --connect" command to use the keyboard, but it's tricky and annoying, and I have to do it every time I start up the computer. Which is the other thing- when I first boot up the computer and there's a place or two where I can type, the keyboard works. It's not until I'm all the way booted up and logged in that the keyboard stops working. So how do I get device to stay connected as it used to?
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