thank you for your help; i’ve solved the libmad problem. Now I’m trying to install madplay and it needs access to the mad.h file that libmad installs in a subfolder heirarchy “/lib/include”
I need to tell madplay’s ./configure program where this file is because i keep getting these messages:
checking mad.h usability… no
checking mad.h presence… no
checking for mad.h… no
configure: error: mad.h was not found
*** You must first install libmad before you can build this package.
*** If libmad is already installed, you may need to use the CPPFLAGS
*** environment variable to specify its installed location, e.g. -I.
So I’ve added the CPPFLAGS environment variable to specify the installed location as such:
But this results in the same error. Am I not inputting the cppflags variable correctly?