On Thu, 26 Apr 2012 10:57:03 +0200, Atte André Jensen wrote
Hmm, did you really _read_ my post? IIRC my remark was about
installing custom/locally installed (!) software into system
directories. If I understand your mail correctly, you installed
RTAudio from a package repository, so it should stay in '/usr' and
not in '/usr/local'.
Anyway: that doesn't seem to be the problem. Your RtAudio header
is now in /usr/local/include/rtaudio which is _not_ in the compiler's
search path! You need to run configure like this:
CPPFLAGS=-I/usr/include/rtaudio ./configure --target=linux
(after you repaired your copy/move mess :-)
> and ran
No - ldconfig deals with libraries, not with header files.
sudo ldconfig -n /usr/local/lib
> but configure still fails. What am I doing wrong here?
ldconfig refreshes the _linker/loader_ cache, which has nothing
to do with configure.
> NB1: I'm not sure *exactly* what "sudo ldconfig -n /usr/local/" does,
None, it didn't do any harm-
> NB2: Grrr, why on earth does the giada tarball extract in the
Yes, that's anoying, to say the least.
HTH Ralf Mattes
R. Mattes -
Hochschule fuer Musik Freiburg
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