Section 3 at the bottom of the installation guide Troubleshooting part:
Couldn't acquire D-Bus name: org.bluealsa
It is not possible to run more than one instance of the BlueALSA
server per D-Bus interface. If one tries to run second instance, it
will fail with the "Couldn't acquire D-Bus name: org.bluealsa" error
message. This message ...
So, I know I’m late to the party but since I was searching for the same problem and this is one of the top results I decided to post my solution.
Select the Bluetooth icon.
Select the K830.
It should say that it paired successfully but not work.
Select the Bluetooth icon again.
Turn Off Bluetooth.
Select Turn on Bluetooth.
Yes, you can connect an XboxOne controller to a Raspberry Pi.
If you want to connect over bluetooth, you will need to have a model of controller that supports bluetooth.
See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xbox_One_controller#Models to identify your model.
If you do have bluetooth, then follow this tutorial https://www.makeuseof.com/tag/connect-xbox-one-...
From the pyinput documentation :
The key parameter passed to callbacks is a pynput.keyboard.Key, for
special keys, a pynput.keyboard.KeyCode for normal alphanumeric keys,
or just None for unknown keys.
1) Is there any way to map the first key to something other than "None"?
The type is : pynput.keyboard.Key. Key.media_volume_up and Key....
After user96931's suggestion, I did the following,
Made a folder named bluetooth in a partition that is ReadWrite (you need to have something like that)
sudo mkdir /home/bluetooth
Changed owner and perms
sudo chown nobody /home/bluetooth/
sudo chmod 777 /home/bluetooth/
Deleted the original /var/lib/bluetooth folder (didn't care about keeping any ...