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Old 02-24-2013, 10:08 AM   #1
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Question Bluetooth Audio Sink Problem (bluetoothd: Unable to select SEP)

hi guys,
i am using a bluetooth adapter (logitech bluetooth adapter) to stream music wirelessly to my audio system.

i was not able to stream audio with my slackware (14-64bit). in blueman-applet (v1.22) I connected to the device and paired it. everytime i want to connect to my bluetooth adapter I'm getting the error message below.

bluetoothd: Unable to select SEP
googled about it on the internet, but couldn't solve it.

edit: and yes, my bluetooth device is recognized in hcitool as hci0

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