First install the dependencies:
sudo apt-get install python2.7-dev \
Success output from configure looks like this:
configure: creating ./config.status
config.status: creating Makefile
Using gfortran as fortran compiler.
Compiling wspr 1.11
Installing into: /usr/local/
And you should see this:
So, it's actually getting easier in that more of the dependencies are already installed by default. The only tricky bit was figuring out where the portaudio libs live now.
Note that while you can do a "make install" to copy over the /usr/local, it won't run from there because it can't find wspr.py so I just cd to the wspr build directory and run it there with ./wspr
Ross, T16AA, noted that if you are building for 64 bit linux the portaudio libraries are in a slightly different location so the configure line will be: