Hi list,

Anyone have a copy of soundtouch binary for rpi anywhere ? The link in this
thread is dead

Thanks

2015-05-26 14:24 GMT+02:00 IOhannes m zmoelnig <zmoel...@iem.at>:

> On 2015-05-22 15:23, pured...@11h11.com wrote:
>
> > But really it depends. Also it's not that simple, you need to install
> > automake, autoconf, gcc (on ubuntu you can install a meta package call
> > build-essential).
>
> build-essential does not cover automake.
>
> but the basic idea is still correct.
>
> since many externals have similar build-dependencies, you could also
> start by installing the build-dependencies of a pd-external that is
> already packaged for Debian.
> e.g.
>
> # apt-get build-dep pd-zexy
>
> will install everything that is needed to compile the zexy for Debianm,
> which includes (apart from a compiler), also automake, autoconf and
> (most important) puredata-dev (the header-files for compiling *any*
> pd-external)
>
>
> > Sometimes you need to ./autogen.sh (i think that is
> > the case of pd vanilla).
>
> when you try to run "./configure" and that fails because there is no
> "configure" script, but there is a "configure.ac" (or "configure.in"),
> you first need to create the configure-script from that.
> ./autogen.sh will do that for you.
> there are various ways to do so, but usually you ought to follow what
> you read in files named INSTALL or README (in the case of Pd, checkout
> the INSTALL.txt).
>
> unfortunately, documentation is sometimes outdated or contradictory; so
> it's hard to give general advice how to deal with that (apart from
> asking someone who has experience).
>
>
> fgmasdr
> IOhannes
>
>
>
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