I ended up having to reinstall Linux again.  This time my / partition ran out of room.  So I installed Debian testing and got Jack 103 in the expected place.

On 7/16/07, Werner Schweer <ws@seh.de> wrote:
On Montag 16 Juli 2007, Chuckk Hubbard wrote:
> Hi.
> I just uninstalled the Debian pkg of Jack and installed 0.103 from source.
> (Any time I've tried just downloading the newer version of a package from a
> different repository it's screwed up my system and I've been chastised for
> mixing versions, and any time I've tried to update to testing something
> makes my wireless not work.)
> Jack installed to /usr/local/bin, /usr/local/lib64.
> I run cmake ../muse-1.0pre1 as the docs say, and it comes back that JACK >=
> 0.102.1 is required.  I added /usr/local/lib64 to /etc/ld.so.conf and ran
> ldconfig, and get the same output.
> How can I make the installer know that Jack is on the system?
> Debian x86-64, kernel 2.6.22
> -Chuckk

jack is detected via normal pkg-config mechanism. The command
"pkg-config --modversion jack" gives the installed jack version.
pkg-config retrieves information from the file jack.pc which is located
on my system at /usr/lib/pkconfig".
Maybe the simplest solution is maybe to install jack at /usr.
At next you should check pgk-config configuration (does it look at
/usr/local/lib/pkconfig ?).


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