On 06/08/2011 03:26 AM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
`debuild -b ..` - only builds binary packages.
Unless you want to re-distribute it there's no need to create a source
package. Why care?
> the tools are also incomplete.
The tools are from "alsa-tools". They don't come with alsa-lib (aka
libasound2). It's a separate package and separate source-tree.
> HDSPMixerCard.h:29:30: fatal error: alsa/sound/hdspm.h: No such file or
Is there a /usr/include/alsa/sound/hdspm.h ? it should come with
dpkg --contents /tmp/libasound2-dev_18.104.22.168-1_i386.deb | grep hdsp
Did the `sudo dpkg -i *asound2*.deb` succeed? dpkg is a bit picky about
the order or the packages; in particular if -dev package of previous
versions were installed. but dpkg will tell you.
Just copy/paste/re-order the .deb file-names one at a time (instead of
using the *asound2*.deb wildcard) until dpkg is happy
dpkg -i libasound2_22.214.171.124-1_i386.deb
dpkg -i libasound2-dev_126.96.36.199-1_i386.deb
or use the '--force-depends' option of dpkg to ignore conflicts.
Carefully read the compiler output.
alsa/sound/hdspm.h: No such file or directory
The missing file is /usr/include/alsa/sound/hdspm.h
It comes from alsa-lib and has nothing to do with linux-kernel headers.
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