Vincent Vermeulen wrote:Yup, persistent between reboots. It means it won't be started automatically, but manually (so you can start it with a command like "sudo start bluetooth"). You can also stop it once, not persistent between reboots, with "sudo stop bluetooth".
You can see status of all Upstart processes with "initctl list".
Nope doesn't seem to be so as showing there and just noticed it as forgot to check when I did the command.
And didn't check after rebooting.
echo manual | sudo tee -a /etc/init/bluetooth.override
And is back!
Also if I can disable gsd-Printer, gnome-screensaver as just have monitors dim after 30 and no printer hooked up.