I'm having the same outcome that you. One thing you could do is: download the file http://people.csail.mit.edu/hubert/pyaudio/packages/pyaudio-0.2.8.tar.gz in your PC and then you can pass the folder to your board using a SDcard or with SecureFileTransfer. I thing this could be a good alternative. Try wit
Thanks for trying Charlie,
I got the file from the website, pyaudio-0.2.8.tar.gz
loaded it into Edison using WinSCP and ran
tar xvzf pyaudio-0.2.8.tar.gz
Now I need to figure out how to get the portaudio and numpy setup (and bind all together). The Mimic Monster instructions do not indicate where to get the these from, unfortunately.
I checked the tutorial you are using, Mimic Monster. I did see some suggestions for how to install these.
Install portaudio, which is the Linux utility for working with audio devices. Type the following into the console:
opkg install libportaudio2
Install numpy, which is a Python library for working with data. It is needed for the actual process of audio manipulation. Type the following into the console:
opkg install python-numpy
Move script to Intel® Edison
Download the python script from the attachment, and copy it over to Intel® Edison with scp.
Type the following into the console:
scp Mimic.py root@your-edison-ip:~/
Did you try with that?