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  1.    #1  
    Hi,

    I've deleted my TP bootie.... So i tried the : Last Resort Emergency BootLoader Recovery but i cannot compile the omap3_usb file... when I type 'make' i got this answer :
    gcc -Wall -lusb -o omap3_usbload omap3_usbload.c
    /tmp/ccXFaX9S.o: In function `main':
    omap3_usbload.c.text+0x57): undefined reference to `usb_init'
    omap3_usbload.c.text+0x5c): undefined reference to `usb_find_busses'
    omap3_usbload.c.text+0x7a): undefined reference to `usb_find_devices'
    omap3_usbload.c.text+0x87): undefined reference to `usb_get_busses'
    omap3_usbload.c.text+0xd9): undefined reference to `usb_open'
    omap3_usbload.c.text+0x179): undefined reference to `usb_set_configuration'
    omap3_usbload.c.text+0x1ba): undefined reference to `usb_bulk_read'
    omap3_usbload.c.text+0x20a): undefined reference to `usb_bulk_write'
    omap3_usbload.c.text+0x24c): undefined reference to `usb_bulk_write'
    omap3_usbload.c.text+0x2b5): undefined reference to `usb_bulk_write'
    omap3_usbload.c.text+0x2fd): undefined reference to `usb_close'
    omap3_usbload.c.text+0x357): undefined reference to `usb_close'
    collect2: ld a retourné 1 code d'état d'exécution
    make: *** [omap3_usbload.o] Erreur 1
    sorry it's in french for some parts...
    Does anyone knows what's happening.?
    Just for you to know I installed libusb and libusb-dev but the librarie seems to be not recognized..
    thanks for your help
    Hublolo

    ps : emoticons in the quote are here because of what's written in it...
  2.    #2  
    please!
    does anyone has any clue to get my bootloader back?
    I feel so bad about it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hublolo View Post
    please!
    does anyone has any clue to get my bootloader back?
    I feel so bad about it...
    Anyone come up with a solution for this?

    This worked fine under Ubuntu 11.04, but seems to be broken under 11.10.

    I've tried manually specifying the location of libusb.so in the makefile. I even tried compiling and installing a libusb-compat-0.1.3 library, but I still can't seem to get the linker to recognize the usb functions that are referenced.

    Arrgh. Frustrating.
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    Hey, I found the solution, in case anyone else has this issue. The Makefile uses a command line order that does not work with newer versions of gcc. As I understand it, the source file now has to come before the output object. So, with that in mind, this gcc statement worked for me under Ubuntu 11.10:

    gcc -Wall omap3_usbload.c -lusb -o omap3_usbload
  5.    #5  
    Thanks! It worked for me!
    but now I can't get the program to run.. have you managed to do this?
  6. #6  
    did u every get you tp working?
    if not, here is the executed command to get the dots to appear

    ./omap3_usbload boot.topaz.bin
  7.    #7  
    thanks for your answer... I sent my tp to hp pretending I wasn't understanding what was going on.... and I got i back perfectly functionnal... thanks hp.
    might help someone else though
  8. #8  
    Hi noahisaac, your solution worked for me.

    Many thanks.
  9. #9  
    i got everything to work, got the boot.bin and the omap3_usbload to run, my touchpad is detected as "bootie palm [1000]" but all i can see is the ............................................... in the terminal windows and stays like that forever, any advice will be appreciated.

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