Re: Compiling FBB
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Hello Miroslav, I now understand the libax25 issue.Debian and alike libax25 packages are installing AX.25 libraries into /usr/lib/ whereas by default xfbb link process is expecting libax25.* in /usr/local/lib directory.
You will certainly know how to edit Makefile in order to tell it where to find the libraries.
I must say that for many reasons I do prefere to get all hamradio applications and libraries in /usr/local subdirectories.
This is more convenient for backups and file search.Last remark : there have been some updates and bug removals in the "unofficial" libax25, tools and apps that I gave you as compared to the "old one" you are using (libax25 > 0.0.11-6.1).
This is the result of an intensive work performed by Lee VE7FET with FPAC development team. The site I gave you the address has Debian / Ubuntu compatible packages. You should consider using them. This will not break anything in your application but rather remove some failure causes.
73 de Bernard, f6bvp Le 15/10/2011 00:10, Miroslav Skoric a écrit :
On 10/11/2011 10:18 AM, f6bvp wrote:*Hello Miroslav, It looks like you did not install AX.25 libraries (libax25) before installing FBB. Look at the following link : http://code.google.com/p/linuxax25/ 73 de Bernard, f6bvpHi Bernard, I already had libax25 (as well as ax25-apps and ax25-tools) before trying to compile FBB. Btw, in respect to repositories of Ubuntu and Debian communities, I installed the version they both provided: libax25 0.0.11-6.1) However, I checked the link above, but not sure what their versions might help me in regard to the FBB compiling issue. In fact, I would like to keep the existing ax25 stuff, provided they bring basic functionality (for example, I managed to activate a few Linux nodes in Ubuntu and Debian, and now I am in the process of configuring them to interact with Win/BPQ32 nodes in the mixed Lin/Win dual-boot environment.) What else could I eventually try to install/reinstall? Misko, YT7MPB
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