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Thanks for update.
I had few detours but now I have the correct package installed on RPi.
Will call it quits for tonight.

Later

Late night add
Looks as libbluetooth-dev by itself is available for different architecture.
I'll check that.

It also looks as "bluez" is NOT development package.

More confusion.

New addendum

I am not sure how to continue this thread.


I really need better understanding the general relations between Linux OS and anything related to bluetooth.
From this source BlueZ » Download[^]

it looks as Linux (kernel) contains "module" to interact with bluetooth.
That "module" is based on "bluez" and they call it "stack" which I do not get. Why "stack" - isn't stack related to memory usage?
Why would one care where is the "bluez" physically?
OS should take care of that.


Now "bluez" can be installed into "user space".
And used for what ?

To develop (C++) app for Bluetooth another app - "libbluetooth-dev" - has to be installed and configured for applicable architecture.

"libblutooth-dev" is based on "bluez".
Does that makes sense?


I am going to take a look at the above link "configure" to see if it can be optioned for specific architecture.

modified 6-Mar-19 9:17am.

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