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k50543-Mar-19 6:03
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Since you're cross compiling for arm, you'll need to install libbluetooth for arm - if your distribution provides that - otherwise you'll either have to compile libbluetooth for arm (which may include compiling supporting libraries, too), or do your builds on your arm device.

You may be able to copy the bluetooth libs from your arm device. They should be at /usr/lib/libbluetooth.so* or /usr/lib64/libbluetooth.so*, but I don't know where they would copy to on your compilation system - probably somewhere under usr/lib/gcc-cross/arm-linux-gnueabihf/ - there's probably a lib or lib64 directory under there containing .so and/or .a files.

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