Where are my ALSA, pulseaudio lib

I attempted to install darkice with unsatisfactory. To compile it, I require ALSA and also Pulsaudio:

checking for lame library at /usr ... found at /usr 
checking for vorbis libraries at /usr ... configure: WARNING: not found, building without Ogg Vorbis
checking for opus libraries at /usr ... configure: WARNING: not found, building without Ogg Opus
checking for faac library at /usr ... configure: WARNING: not found, building without faac
checking for aacplus library at /usr ... configure: WARNING: not found, building without aacplus
checking for twolame library at /usr ... configure: WARNING: not found, building without twolame
checking for alsa libraries at /usr/lib/alsa-lib ... configure: WARNING: not found, building without ALSA support
checking for pulseaudio libraries at /usr/lib64/pulseaudio/libpulse ... configure: WARNING: not found, building without PULSEAUDIO support
checking for jack libraries at /usr ... configure: WARNING: not found, building without JACK support
checking for samplerate libraries at /usr ... configure: WARNING: not found, building libsamplerate support

I can add with --with-*-prefix= a course for this libraries. Yet I have no suggestion where on my system I can find them, or what I require to install, to compile with them.

I attempted /usr/lib and also /usr/lib64, both do not function.

My inquiry is where do I get these libraries from?

system: Fedora release 19 (Schrödinger' s Cat) 3.11.6 - 200. fc19.x86 _ 64

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2022-07-25 20:45:56
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