getting Arduino to communicate with max/msp UDP?

I am trying to get the arduino to speak to max/msp over an ethernet cable. Max/msp works well with UDP so I would like to implement a Udp library in my arduino sketch.

I have downloaded libraries from someone at Stanford and someone from Russia. I have placed the files in the correct location but they are still not showing up when I go to import library.

Does anyone have any ideas?

I have placed the files in the correct location but they are still not showing up when I go to import library.

It should be obvious that the first part of the statement is wrong, then. The Arduino IDE does not use a random library path generator each time the Sketch + Import library… function is used.

What OS are you using? What version of the IDE? Might as well tell us which Arduino you have, too.

Oh, and quit waving your arms around so much:

I have downloaded libraries from someone at Stanford and someone from Russia.

Which libraries did you download? Where did you put them?

OK, I’m done beating up on you. Start the IDE. Select Sketch + Import library… Note one of the names that you CAN import.

Now, open a file explorer window, whatever is relevant for your OS. Find that library name, wherever it is on your PC. The parent folder of that folder is where you should have put the libraries you imported. Make sure that the contents of your libraries look like that of the good library - no extra directory levels and no missing directory levels.