Re: undefined reference to `Pa_*

Portaudio packages are missing.

apt-cache search portaudio

libportaudiocpp0 - Portable audio I/O C++ bindings - shared library
libportaudio2 - Portable audio I/O - shared library
portaudio19-dev - Portable audio I/O - development files
Regards
Sid.

Hi Sid, thanks for the hint but see, i do have portaudio, not sure why
cmake can’t see it. Have tried both:

portaudio19-dev and libportaudio-dev

(git)-[master] % sudo aptitude search portaudio
p libportaudio-dev
- Portable audio I/O - development files

i libportaudio-doc
- Portable audio I/O - documentation

i A libportaudio-ocaml
- OCaml bindings for the portaudio library

v libportaudio-ocaml-3r532
-

i libportaudio-ocaml-dev
- OCaml bindings for the portaudio library

v libportaudio-ocaml-dev-3r532
-

id libportaudio0
- Portable audio I/O - shared library

i A libportaudio2
- Portable audio I/O - shared library

i A libportaudiocpp0
- Portable audio I/O C++ bindings - shared library

p liquidsoap-plugin-portaudio
- audio streaming language – Portaudio plugin

i A portaudio19-dev
- Portable audio I/O - development files

p portaudio19-doc
- Portable audio I/O - documentation

and

(git)-[master] % sudo aptitude search portaudio
i libportaudio-dev
- Portable audio I/O - development files

i libportaudio-doc
- Portable audio I/O - documentation

p libportaudio-ocaml
- OCaml bindings for the portaudio library

v libportaudio-ocaml-3r532
-

p libportaudio-ocaml-dev
- OCaml bindings for the portaudio library

v libportaudio-ocaml-dev-3r532
-

i libportaudio0
- Portable audio I/O - shared library

i A libportaudio2
- Portable audio I/O - shared library

c libportaudiocpp0
- Portable audio I/O C++ bindings - shared library

p liquidsoap-plugin-portaudio
- audio streaming language – Portaudio plugin

p portaudio19-dev
- Portable audio I/O - development files

p portaudio19-doc
- Portable audio I/O - documentation

cmake …/ can’t find it: http://pastebin.ca/2473401

– checking for module ‘portaudio’
– package ‘portaudio’ not found

so why is it trying to build? how can i force it not to? I have tried to
get some light on this a year ago and didn’t find a way either. Or can’t
remember what I did…

http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/discuss-gnuradio/2012-12/msg00189.html

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