I could use some help getting SOX installed on an EC2 server. My EC2 server is completely "vanilla" and is using the Amazon Linux AMI (3.4.37-40.44.amzn1.x86_64).
Most of the SOX installation instructions I could find use apt-get, which is not available on the Amazon Linux EC2 server. Since I cannot find any 'yum' instructions for installing SOX, I decided to try to compile the source myself. Here are the steps that I took:
1) I already had Git installed, so I was able to skip that step.
2) I cloned the sox repository using:
sudo git clone git://sox.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/sox/sox
Going into the sox directory, I can see these files:
3) Next, I installed the development tools on the EC2 server:
sudo yum groupinstall "Development Tools"
4) I read the instructions in the INSTALL file, which say:
To compile and install SoX (executables, libraries, manual pages) with a default configuration for your platform, run the following commands:
./configure make -s make install
Following those instructions, I typed:
And got the error:
(Bash: ./install: No such file or directory)
Any help would be much appreciated.
=== UPDATE ====
In response to Michael Hampton's comment, I had tried "yum install sox". Sorry, I had forgotten to mention it. But it doesn't work. Here are the results: