[pulseaudio-discuss] Error when I compile pulseaudio 4.0

Tanu Kaskinen tanu.kaskinen at linux.intel.com
Fri Jan 3 03:04:34 PST 2014

On Fri, 2013-12-20 at 17:19 +0100, Martial TUR wrote:
> Hi,
> I try to compile pulseaudio on ubuntu 12.04.
> I have download pulseaudio 4.0, bluez 5.12 and sbc sources.
> bluez and sbc compile are OK.
> pulseaudio configure are OK with this command line.
> *PKG_CONFIG_PATH=../../bluez/bluez-5.12/lib:../../sbc/sbc-1.1/sbc
> SBC_LIBS=../../sbc/sbc-1.1/sbc BLUEZ_LIBS=../../bluez/bluez-5.12/lib
> ./configure --disable-lirc --disable-x11 --enable-bluez*

SBC_LIBS and BLUEZ_LIBS are supposed to contain linker flags. You
probably meant to add a search path, which requires using the -L flag.

Why don't you install bluez and libsbc to the system properly, so that
you don't have to mess with custom search paths? You're probably going
to have runtime problems too even if you manage to compile pulseaudio,
if you don't install bluez and libsbc to any standard location.


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