[LAU] Compiling vamp-sdk and Rubber Band on Ubuntu Studio 64

v4hn me at v4hn.de
Sat Aug 30 01:45:34 EDT 2008

On Fri, Aug 29, 2008 at 08:33:13PM -0400, Darren Landrum wrote:
> Robin wrote:
> > Not a specific answer: Pkgconfig files are usually installed when you
> > install <packagename.>-dev packages.
> > If it is available via your distro install the apt-file package. Run
> > apt-file update, then apt-file search <filename>(get this from error
> > message when compiling) to find the required package.
> As amazingly handy of a tool that is, and thank you for pointing it out 
> to me, I'm afraid it doesn't help in this instance. When I run the 
> ./configure on Rubber Band, I get this error:
> --------------------------
> checking for Vamp... configure: error: Package requirements (vamp-sdk) 
> were not met:
> No package 'vamp-sdk' found
> Consider adjusting the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable if you
> installed software in a non-standard prefix.
> Alternatively, you may set the environment variables Vamp_CFLAGS
> and Vamp_LIBS to avoid the need to call pkg-config.
> See the pkg-config man page for more details.
> --------------------------
> The thing is, I have the vamp-sdk compiled, and I tried to install it, 
> but it still didn't help at all. There's some kind of package management 
> trick I obviously don't know anything about.
> -- Darren

You mentioned, that you have to install vamp-sdk manually, so is there a
'vamp-sdk.pc'(or some other .pc-file) you missed? I'd guess the configure of
Rubber Band is asking pkg-config for information on vamp-sdk,
where pkg-config searches for some .pc-file in /usr/lib/pkgconfig which
contains information on vamp-sdk and returns a 'not found' if there is none.

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