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Old 06-04-2008, 04:03 AM   #1
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Problem compiling BlueZ stack on ARM ( cross compilation from linux x86)

Hello ,

I am trying to compile Bluez stack on arm environment.

I downloaded the packages from The packages contained

a. bluez-libs

b. bluez firmware

c. bluez-hcidump

d. bluez-utils

e. bluez-gnome

I was able to compile the bluez-libs and bluez-hcidump.

I am finding some problem in compiling bluez-utils and bluez-gnome.

I am doing cross compilation on host


./configure –prefix=/home/jacinti/components/Bluez/ --host=arm-linux


I am able to configure it , but when I run make, I am getting errors like

.deps/*.po: No such file or directory.

What is the solution to remove these errors?

Similarly with bluez-gnome also.

Can anybody please tell me whether it is possible to compile and port bluez stack on arm?

Waiting for the solution
Old 08-20-2008, 03:02 AM   #2
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would u please send me steps required to cross compile bluezlib.


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