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RE:[bluetooth-dev] building openbt-0_0_5 and 2.4.2 kernel



you can try to modify your btd/Makefile: removing the cc option:  _MD

tony gao
superbt

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      Subject: [bluetooth-dev] building openbt-0_0_5 and 2.4.2 kernel 
      From: "Hasan Hasani" <lugpresh@xxxxxxx.com> 
      Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2001 15:50:04 +0000 
      Sender: owner-bluetooth-dev@xxxxxxx.com 



I receive the following error when I try to build opebBT v.0.5 on a
machine 
with RedHat Linux 7.1 kernel 2.4.2 and gcc 3.0:

...
make[2]: Entering directory '/home/bt/openbt/apps/bluetooth/btd'
cc -Wall -O0 -g -DHAVE_READLINE_READLINE \
   -I/home/bt/openbt/hroot/include -MD btd.c
   -lreadline -ltermcap -o btd
cpp0: Too many filenames. Type cpp0 --help for usage info.
....

The compilation of the files up to this point is OK, apart from the
warnings 
for multi-line string literals whose use is deprecated.

I checked for cpp0 errors and could not find anything. Could s.o. give
me a 
hand with this, please?

Best regards,

Jon



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