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Unfortunately libtiff4 isn't available for Debian 8.x (jessie). As I see it, there are two options to install it: Install the binary package for wheezy. There's no guarantee that this would work as the package has other dependencies that may not be met. Download the source for the most recent package for wheezy and create a forward-port of it for jessie ...
Run apt-get build-dep btrfs-tools to get all the build-dependencies including libblkid-dev.
If there are missing packages, you can use apt-cache % apt-cache search blkid libblkid-dev - block device id library - headers and static libraries libblkid1 - block device id library or even % apt-cache search blkid | grep '\-dev' libblkid-dev - block device id library - headers and static libraries We know, that we need the development libraries to ...
When you're building a binary from source that links to a particular library, the build process requires a few extra ("header") files related to that library that aren't needed during runtime, so they are not installed along with the base library package (since other distro packages which need the library itself are already built binaries). On Debian, the ...
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