Situation: With Bluetooth DUN and Bluetooth mouse working, get BTSCO bluetooth audio working to stream music to bluetooth earbuds.
Installed all alsa packages via Yum:
alsa-tools alsa-lib alsa-utils alsa-lib-devel
Installed all bluetooth packages via Yum:
bluez-libs bluez-pin bluez-utils bluez-hcidump bluez-utils-cups
Checked most out current version of btsco from cvs:
server:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/bluetooth-alsa co btsco
Fedora Core 5 , kernel 2.6.16-1.2133_FC5
Dell Inspiron 1300
After I change into the btsco folder with the current build. I run the ./bootstrap command with no problems.
When I run ./configure, its fails when checking for bluetooth header file:
checking for bluetooth/bluetooth.h usability... no
checking for bluetooth/bluetooth.h presence... no
However, if I run "locate bluetooth.h", I get two responses, one of them from my current running kernel's source tree:
I have tried reinstalling the bluez/bluetooth packages,and running ldconfig, to no avail. What I have not tried it installing the bluez source files, compiling and installing them by hand.
Here are two sites I am using as guidance for getting btsco compliled, installed, and loaded:
Besides "help!", suggestions and pointers to helpful resources would be appreciate so I can at least try to get btsco to work.