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Old 05-26-2010, 03:39 AM   #1
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Installing Bluez-3.36 on Monta Vista Linux


I am trying to install Bluez-3.36 utils in Monta Vista Linux "2.6.10_mvl401-davinci_evm" for ARM processor (on TI DaVinci platform). I have picked up an older version (than the newer v4.64) hoping that this would work better on this Linux version. This version on Bluez (v3.36) however requires DBUS to be pre-installed. I have tried downloading several versions of DBUS and cross-compiling then, but to no avail.

Could someone please tell me which version of DBUS is compatible with Bluez-3.36? Once I know the correct version I will try to install that and deal with the problems that come there..

Any help in this regard will be greatly appreciated, folks!

Best regards,


bluetooth, bluez, dbus, linux, vista

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