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I don’t think it’s a problem of using the wrong version of id3tag. The problem being reported here is that it can’t find the libid3tag libraries. There are two possibilities.

The first option is that you haven’t actually installed those two packages yet. Hopefully you’ve worked out that you do need to do a yum install libid3tag libid3tag-devel or whatever to pull those packages onto your system.

The second option is that you have them installed, but the configure script can’t find them. run a ./configure -help to see the various options for specifying where libraries are. Try to find them on your system and specify them that way. (Hint: libraries tend to live in /usr/lib/ and -devel headers tend to live in /usr/include/, but I haven’t used one of the RPM-type systems for years so I’m not sure if that will apply)