14.0 > Audio > pulseaudio (2.0)
pulseaudio is a networked sound server for Unix-like operating systems
and Microsoft Windows. It is intended to be an improved drop-in replacement
for the Enlightened Sound Daemon (ESOUND).
Pulseaudio will need a pulse group/user to run. You can add one with
# groupadd -g 216 pulse
# useradd -u 216 -g pulse -d /var/lib/pulse pulse
See http://slackbuilds.org/uid_gid.txt for details on the uid/gid assignments.
Optional deps: jack-audio-connection-kit, avahi, lirc, libasyncns, orc
This requires: speex, json-c <=========================================
Maintained by: drhouse
install those speex, json-c .
I do a lot of multimedia I have no use for pulse I used to keep a build of it for my friends. I think I still have the gpg-key some where
read the readme slackbuild team have done a great job. it is not finding json-c in you /usr/lib(64)/pkgconfig/ or is the wrong version. all these builds have been tested on a fresh system.
Oh yes those Optional deps: jack-audio-connection-kit, avahi, lirc, libasyncns, orc they really do help.
if I was you I would uninstall the json-c and rebuild it with the slack build scripts or at least configure set your prefix to the system 64 bit way and that is prefix=/usr libdir=/usr/lib64
it is a big deal to keep your programs in sync.
I just built it using the sbo scripts and it worked fine. but all my dependencies are the same/ pkgconfig is pointing it some where else.
this tell me the configure program on pulse looks for /usr/lib64 /usr/local/lib64