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> Confusion Re: Libusb, Versions dont compile
post Jul 31 2005, 07:31 AM
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I'm trying to get some USB devices working on my 6000. For that, I'd need libusb. Heres the interesting thing though. I installed the ZGCC compiler on the PDA, and use a Telnet session into terminal. I get an ERROR1 when I use the latest (0.1.10a) version of Libusb. Backing down, I see 0.1.8 works just great. Anyone have any idea what ERROR1 means? Or why I can't compile anything later than libusb0.1.8? My searches reveal nothing.

By the way, it was sweet having three linux experts logged into my Z all compiling programs. Think that most people use a PDA for contact info and calander, and here we are using the PDA as a server, and the workhorse of a small development team. biggrin.gif
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