@nicnut don't know what's happend in your system. Something in your image are very very weird....
Maybe some kind of witchcraft!!
Please confirm if all dependencies for pd compilation are installed correctly...
And your system updated, in Terminal:
sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade
Are you using Noobs install version??? It can affect results.
If you are, I recommend to make a new image using RASPBIAN STRETCH WITH DESKTOP.
To flash it in SD card I recommend use Etcher. See the official documentation.
tar file are right.. the v argument only put tar in verbose mode...
Very weird.... Ok..! I can see...!! You are in /usr/lib/src/ folder!!! That can be the issue...!
Create src folder in your user directory... By default on raspbian: /home/pi
How about giving a chance to Pd 0.49 recently released... (??) I edited the tutorial above with these version.. Lot of nice features are with it. I tested it now in my Pi2 with the last Raspian and it works like a charm!
Tutorial to compile Pure-data 0.49 on Raspberry Pi with Jack support:
STEP1. Open Terminal:
STEP2. Creating folder to organize compilation (optional):
STEP3. Enter in src folder / install dependencies / download pd source code / unpack downloaded file:
cd src sudo apt install build-essential autoconf automake libtool gettext git libasound2-dev libjack-jackd2-dev libfftw3-3 libfftw3-dev tcl tk wget http://msp.ucsd.edu/Software/pd-0.49-0.src.tar.gz tar -xzf pd-0.49-0.src.tar.gz
STEP4. Compiling Pd:
cd pd-0.49-0 ./autogen.sh ./configure --enable-jack --enable-fftw make
STEP5. Confirming if compilation are ok:
cd bin ./pd
STEP6. If it run, you can install Pd in your raspbian:
cd .. sudo make install
It don't install fancy icons with desktop integration, if you need that, you need to do it manually.
hope it help!
remove clone pure-data git repository step to download Pd-0.49 from miller's site in STEP3.
unpack file downlaoded via command line in STEP3