[Nut-upsuser] libusb not recognized?
Andrew Min Chang
laplacezhang at 126.com
Fri Nov 18 10:04:12 UTC 2011
At 2011-11-18 17:20:56,"Frédéric Bohé" <fredericbohe at eaton.com> wrote:
>On Fri, 2011-11-18 at 10:35 +0800, Andrew Min Chang wrote:
>> Hi Charles,
>> At 2011-11-17 21:07:52,"Charles Lepple" <clepple at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >On Nov 16, 2011, at 8:10 PM, Andrew Min Chang wrote:
>> >> Oh, you gave me inspiration. The Difference between my NUT and testlibusb is: NUT is compiled with cross enviroment,
>>while testlibusb was builded directly on the target board. I wonder if that made different.
I worried about the same thing as you do. However I do not know how to write a Makefile to sources with some package link such as testlibusb.
>> >> But still, NUT could not be configured even though testlibusb.c ran. Maybe my commands wrong?
>> >> # export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/mnt/ARM_FS/lib/pkgconfig
>> >> # ./configure --with-usb --with-doc \
>> >> --host=arm-mv5sft-linux-gnueabi \
>> >> --prefix=/mnt/ARM_FS \
>> >> --with-usb-libs=-L/mnt/ARM_FS/lib \
>> >> --with-usb-includes=-I/mnt/ARM_FS/include
>> >> Accoding config.log, actually I found that libusb 0.1.12 was recognized (config.log attached).
>> >If you have pkgconfig set up properly for the board, you should not need to pass --with-usb-*.
>> >Here's the output from config.log:
>> >configure:7259: checking for libusb version via pkg-config
>> >configure:7278: result: 0.1.12 found
>> >configure:7281: checking for libusb cflags
>> >configure:7298: result: -I/mnt/ARM_FS/include
>> >configure:7301: checking for libusb ldflags
>> >configure:7318: result: -L/mnt/ARM_FS/lib
>> >configure:7323: checking for usb.h
>> >configure:7323: arm-mv5sft-linux-gnueabi-gcc -c -I/mnt/ARM_FS/include conftest.c >&5
>> >configure:7323: $? = 0
>> >configure:7323: result: yes
>> >configure:7338: checking for usb_init
>> >configure:7338: arm-mv5sft-linux-gnueabi-gcc -o conftest -I/mnt/ARM_FS/include conftest.c -L/mnt/ARM_FS/lib >&5
>> >/tmp/ccbkkKUg.o: In function `main':
>> >conftest.c:(.text+0x8): undefined reference to `usb_init'
>> >collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
>> >Note the command line next to "configure:7338". It does not mention "-lusb", which refers to the libusb library itself. The "-L..." option simply tells the linker "search this directory for libraries specified with -l", but you still need to request that library.
>> >Try it without the --with-usb flags. If that still doesn't work, you may need to do something like "--with-usb-libs='-L/mnt/ARM_FS/lib -lusb'".
>> OK. I tried commands below:
>> # export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/mnt/ARM_FS/lib/pkgconfig
>> > ./configure --with-usb --with-doc \
>> > --host=arm-mv5sft-linux-gnueabi \
>> > --prefix=/mnt/ARM_FS
>> And I got the message "Asciidoc is required for documentation support and missing". This was not a important point, so I removed "--with-doc" and tried again. Then it worked!
>> But there came another problem. I ran:
>> # make > make.log
>> And I got another error:
>> /root/uboot_NAS/cross/bin/../lib/gcc/arm-mv5sft-linux-gnueabi/4.3.2/../../../../arm-mv5sft-linux-gnueabi/bin/ld: warning: libupsclient.so.1, needed by ./.libs/libnutscan.so, not found (try using -rpath or -rpath-link)
>> ./.libs/libnutscan.so: undefined re
>> ference to `upscli_splitaddr'
>> ./.libs/libnutscan.so: undefined reference to `upscli_list_start'
>> ./.libs/libnutscan.so: undefined reference to `upscli_list_next'
>> ./.libs/libnutscan.so: undefined reference to `upscli_tryconnect'
>> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
>> make: *** [nut-scanner] Error 1
>> make: *** [all] Error 2
>> make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
>> make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
>> Uh... why does it search something like libups in cross compile tool?
>> The two log files are attached.
>Maybe I missed something but I can't see the warning you are reporting
>in the attached make.log.
The whole terminal output are make.log + several error messages above. I am curious that it did not put those messages into the file I assigned.
>> >> About libusb-compat, isn't that a interface to make programs compatible with later linusb-1.0?
>> >> Because libusb-compat is not able to be configured when dectectting libusb-0.1, even the oldest ver 0.1.0. libusb-compat config.log is attached, too.
>> >libusb-compat and libusb-1.0 should be equivalent to libusb-0.1.x. However, since NUT is developed with the libusb-0.1.x series, it does not make sense to have two variables (libusb-compat and libusb-1.0) when we could debug with one (libusb-0.1.x)
>> >> You can see the error message "checking for LIBUSB_1_0... configure: error: Package requirements (libusb-1.0 >= 0.9.1) were not met".
>> >In order to provide the libusb-0.1 API, libusb-compat depends on libusb-1.0. This is expected.
>> So, just use libusb-0.1.12 without libusb-compat is OK. Right? Now I use v0.1.12.
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