I have decided to 'bite the bullet' and install purr data on my Linux machine (it's running fine on Sierra and Windoze10). As there appears to be no idiot-proof method/tutorial for Fedora users, I am following the instructions here: https://agraef.github.io/purr-data/#building-from-source, and here (to install dependencies): https://github.com/agraef/purr-data/blob/master/README.md#linux. However, I cannot even get off the starting block: doing "sudo dnf install . . . . " for the listed dependencies gives me a huge list as follows
"No match for argument: libasound2-dev
No match for argument: libjack-jackd2-dev
No match for argument: libbluetooth-dev
. . ."
I am quite desperate to get PD (any fekn flavor) on my machine. I have previously tried vanilla pure data (rpm package), the planetccrma pd package. None of them will run, and it's starting to get me down. Any n00b-friendly guidance out there please. I don't want to have to install a dual boot system, just to get pd running on this machine.