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Welcome and thanks for trying out Gajim.

=RUNTIME REQUIREMENTS=
python2.4 (python2.3 should work too)
pygtk2.6 (pytgtk 2.4 should work too)
python-libglade

=COMPILE-TIME REQUIREMENTS=
python-dev
python-gtk2-dev
libgtk2.0-dev		# aka. gtk2-devel
libxss-dev			# for idle detection module (Some distributions (f.e. Debian) split xscreensaver)
libgtkspell-dev	# for gtkspell module

NOTE:
if you still have problems compiling, you may want to try removing the gtk1 series of the above dependencies

Optionally:
gtkspell and aspell-LANG where lang is your locale eg. en, fr etc
dnspython for SRV support; if you don't know what that is, you don't need it)
GnomePythonExtras 2.10 or above so you can avoid compiling trayicon and gtkspell
possible package name for your distribution: python-gnome2-extras


=INSTALLATION PROCEDURE=
tar jxvf gajim-version.tar.bz2
cd gajim
make	# builds all modules
su -c make install

To specify what modules to build do:
make help

To specify where to install do:
su -c make PREFIX=custom_path install

=RUNNING GAJIM=
gajim

or if you didn't 'make install' you can also run from gajim folder with
./launch.sh

Last but not least, you can run Gajim from your GNOME/XFCE/KDE/whatever menus.

=UNINSTALLATION PROCEDURE=
su -c make uninstall
this will try to remove Gajim from the default directories.
If you want to remove it from custom directory provide it as:
make PREFIX=custom_path uninstall

=MISCELLANEOUS=
If you want to see the xml stanzas and/or help us debugging 
you're advised to enable verbose via advanced configuration window.
If you don't want to make this permanent, execute gajim with --verbose
everytime you want to have verbose output.

=FAQ=
FAQ can be found in http://trac.gajim.org/wiki/GajimFaq


That is all, enjoy!

(C) 2003-2005
The Gajim Team
http://gajim.org


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