Changes between Version 38 and Version 39 of Installing Pidgin


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07/10/08 19:31:23 (11 years ago)
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Robby
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  • Installing Pidgin

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    3838You can.  It has been done with GCC 4.1.1 on HP-UX 11.11, however, there is no official support.  The configure scripts that ship with the official releases are unfortunately incompatible with the linker on this system, but by checking the tag out of version control and running autogen.sh you will end up with a usable build tree.  Make sure to configure without the GTK+ and GLib tests, as well as without the X screensaver extension.  No source hacks are needed.
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    40 === Can I run Pidgin on MacOSX? ===
    41 Yes you can, but we do not provide a package for it. The reason being that in order to use Pidgin on MacOSX, you need to install an X server and GTK+, which we are not prepared to support. You can either compile Pidgin (and its dependencies) yourself, or you can use the fink installer available from http://fink.sf.net. If you would like a native aqua interface or a user-friendly installer, we suggest trying Adium, available at http://www.adiumx.com/
     40=== Can I run Pidgin on Mac OS X? ===
     41Yes you can, but we do not provide a package for it. The reason being that in order to use Pidgin on Mac OS X, you need to install an X server and GTK+, which we are not prepared to support. You can either compile Pidgin (and its dependencies) yourself, or you can use the fink installer available from http://fink.sf.net. If you would like a native aqua interface or a user-friendly installer, we suggest trying Adium, available at http://www.adiumx.com/
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    4343=== Where do I get `libgtkspell.so.0`? ===
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