I'm trying to install the picoscope driver/software package (for Picoscope 2205MSO) on the Raspberry Pi 2.
I'm not sure which repository to use - the raspbian or the debian variant? The Raspberry Pi 2 seems to use armhf architecture, like in the debian repos.
My first problems installing are the following: The versions of the picoscope software (in the debian repo) depends on newer versions of the drivers than available, so I can only try to install the bare driver and compile the software in the doc folder (as described in https://www.picotech.com/support/topic14649.html
The compilation aborts with an error message "libps2000a missing". libps2000a.so.2 as well as libps2000a.so.2.0.0 are found by ldconfig, but libps2000a.so not - although libps2000a.so.2.0.0 is symlinked as libps2000a.so and libps2000a.so.2 in the same way. I tried it both with the packages from the raspbian and the debian repos, with the same results.
Any ideas how to get it working?