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I followed a link for making elementary OS better. I copied a sudo command from https://gist.github.com/memoryleakx/7567474 HowTo Install the perfect Elementary-OS

Basically the command was to remove the bluetooth plug switchboard. I want to know if i can undo this. I appreciate whoever takes the time to answer and hopefully resolve my issue. Thank you.

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    Please take caution on executing scripts from the internet the next time. Some of the commands on the link you mentioned are non-reversible such as rm -rf. Know the risks before executing such commands as they can potentially damage your installation permanently if executed blindly. – Axel Advento Feb 19 '17 at 1:52
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    This script is for the version 0.2 of elementary OS as well – lemonslice Feb 19 '17 at 7:47
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    Your answers both helped me, i really appreciate your help! Kudos! – Jason Feb 19 '17 at 13:43
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Checking the script, I saw these bluetooth-related commands:

sudo apt-get purge bluez
sudo rm -rf /usr/lib/plugs/GnomeCC/gnomecc-bluetooth.plug

If you want bluez and has no other alternatives in mind, then you can simply reinstall with:

sudo apt-get install bluez

For the plug /usr/lib/plugs/GnomeCC/gnomecc-bluetooth.plug, you can reinstall with

sudo apt install --reinstall switchboard-plug-gcc-bluetooth
  • Can you suggest an alternative to bluez? – P.Brian.Mackey Jun 10 '17 at 4:22
  • @P.Brian.Mackey please ask it on a separate question so that it can get appropriate attention :) – Axel Advento Jun 10 '17 at 6:32
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Bluetooth Device Search window doesn't display any results. For some reason the device results are collapsed leading the user to falsely believe no devices are being detected when in fact they are. Simply stretch the window vertically to see the results.

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