File README.SUSE of Package bluez

Notes about the SUSE bluez packages:

How does bluetoothd get started?
Bluetoothd is started via udev. This means: as soon as a bluetooth device
is inserted, bluetoothd is started with the option "--udev".
For the case that D-Bus is not yet running during system bootup when the
adapter is detected, bluetoothd will quit with exit code 1, udev will notice
that and then try to restart bluetoothd later.

If you want to prevent starting of the bluetooth service, edit
/etc/sysconfig/bluetooth and set START_BLUETOOTHD to "no".

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