Ubuntu 10.10 base (other machine was updated 12.04 though) Both machines are running x64 Linux with the current 10.10 has a running older compiled XBMC onboard.
This is ION1 hardware.
git Rev.: 20130922-6d2989c
make clean doesn't fix this
git clean -xfd && git reset --hard && git pull --rebase also had no effect
Steps to compile are: ./bootstrap; ./configure; ./make -j4 (using just make has no effect)
uname -r produces -> 2.6.32-51-generic Kernel on 12.04 machine had been updated to 3.10xx
Error seen at console is:
LogindUPowerSyscall.cpp: In member function âvoid CLogindUPowerSyscall::InhibitDelayLock()â:
LogindUPowerSyscall.cpp:282: error: âDBUS_TYPE_UNIX_FDâ was not declared in this scope
make: *** [LogindUPowerSyscall.o] Error 1
make: *** [xbmc/powermanagement/linux/powermanagement_linux.a] Error 2
make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
XBMC config can be found here -> http://pastebin.com/1TnWnGc8
Thoughts? I've not tried rolling back as I've not done that since SVN days and I often got myself into trouble when I did. If someone would like me to roll back revs and find where it broke just please give me the Git commands and I'll be happy to do it. there's an older source compile working on this machine so it's not DOA but I'd like to keep up with the codebase. This box is going to be swapped ASAP for something that can do THD bitstreaming so I'm in no way screaming and crying but am more puzzled and frustrated.