Today's article has you disabling Bluetooth from automatically starting at boot...

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It's also got a bit of handy information that can be used for other services. So, you needn't only use this for Bluetooth.

Also, it'll only matter to you if you're using systemd. If you're not, this article won't help you even in the slightest.

 


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For a year, first thing I do when I boot is to exit bluetooth, I thought there is no solution to it, thank you
 
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For a year, first thing I do when I boot is to exit bluetooth, I thought there is no solution to it, thank you

Oh, well then I wish I'd published this one earlier. It has been near the top of my notes for a while but I figured not too many folks would benefit from it - thus the inclusion of the rest of the information such as the difference if you 'mask' the service.

Ah well... Glad it helped. If you 'mask' the service, nothing else should be able to start the service. So, there's that as an option as well - but just disabling it should be adequate.
 
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