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Thanks, this is exactly what I was asking for.
All I wanted to know was answered in your first line.
I certainly appreciate you taking the time to walk thru the process.

I forgot to stress - this is not my code - it is a product of "make" produced with the aid of "configure" script which is part of canned "bluez" source code.

The "configure" is optioned to build "C" library, not to install "bulez" package, for ARM architecture. The "configure" and associated processes ( make and make install) are run on X86 architecture - hence "the problem".
All of this is "created" by autotools.

So I need to be careful not to "disturb" the code created by autotools.
Some of the code has very noticeable notes that "it was created bu autotools" , hence do not mess with it.
Cheers
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