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AnswerRe: BlueZ part 3 - English translation please Pin
Richard MacCutchan9-Mar-19 22:46
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QuestionBlueZ part 2 - which "bluetooth" library is actually used / linked to? Pin
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AnswerRe: BlueZ part 2 - which "bluetooth" library is actually used / linked to? Pin
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Vaclav_9-Mar-19 6:37
Vaclav_9-Mar-19 6:37 
Not exactly. No "apt-get".

The README instructions with BlueZ are
1. run "configure" and then
2. run "make && make install".

Their default "configure " is this:

jim@jim-desktop:/media/jim/DEV/BLUEZ/bluez-5.50$ ./configure --prefix=/usr         \
>             --sysconfdir=/etc     \
>             --localstatedir=/var  \
>             --enable-library      \
>             --disable-systemd     &&
> make


I did added the "enable-library" but apparently it is not needed.
And I do not know the actual name of it , but the liker likes it.


So the /usr is the base directory and "*bluetooth*" should be there.
I'll run make && make install to verify the "BlueZ" package , again.

I'll will be adding --host= (ARM) later so I really need to know what is happening with "install library". I could end up with two "bluetooth.a" for two architectures...messy
GeneralRe: BlueZ part 2 - which "bluetooth" library is actually used / linked to? Pin
k50549-Mar-19 7:13
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GeneralRe: BlueZ part 2 - which "bluetooth" library is actually used / linked to? Pin
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AnswerRe: BlueZ part 2 - which "bluetooth" library is actually used / linked to? Pin
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QuestionWho is on first? Which BlueZ version SOURCE code is best documented? Pin
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Richard MacCutchan8-Mar-19 23:14
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k50549-Mar-19 4:57
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QuestionMore 'bluez" Pin
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QuestionHow does perror works? Pin
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Richard MacCutchan8-Mar-19 6:43
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QuestionOption “bluez” “configure “ for specific architecture Pin
Vaclav_6-Mar-19 12:56
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AnswerRe: Option “bluez” “configure “ for specific architecture Pin
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QuestionAnyone know of a good explanation on cross compiling for the raspberry PI from the Windows (Mingw32 ) Command line Pin
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