Subject: Re: [ecasound] How does configure determine ALSA support?
From: S. Massy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Feb 09 2001 - 18:42:54 EET
On Fri, 09 Feb 2001, J. Gareth Williams wrote:
> I'm trying to get ALSA support compiled into ecasound 1.8.2-r14 and having
> a hard time.
> I was wondering how the configure script determines whether or not to
> compile ALSA support. The only test I could find was for "main in
> -lasound", which I presume is the ALSA library. The results of this test
> are negative, but I _do_ have ALSA 0.5.9b installed, and
> /usr/lib/libasound.so.1 is present.
> So I get to the end of the script, and configure determines that ALSA
> support should NOT be compiled. I've tried with --enable-alsa=yes, too.
> I'm running Debian potato (although I pointed apt-get to the unstable tree
Hm... Have you installed libasound-dev (or libasound1-dev, not sure)?
In other words, are the alsa headers present on your system
> to pick up alsa). I've built ecasound without any problems at all on my
> old RedHat installation, so this is just kind of weird.
> Any advice or slaps about the head would help me a great deal!
> ...wondering if switching from Red Hat to Debian was a bit too much
> excitement for me :)
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