Since the gnome/gtk stuff isn't finished, you have to get it from CVS. First, get & install version 0.17.x from CVS: 1) Set the CVSROOT environment variable to: :pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/tn5250 2) If you haven't done so for the user-id/machine you're on, log in by typing: cvs login When it asks for the password for 'anonymous', just hit enter. 3) Now check out tn5250: cvs checkout tn5250 4) You need to have already installed glib (or glib-devel if installing from an RPM) as well as automake, autoconf and libtool. 5) Build tn5250: cd tn5250 ./autogen.sh ./configure make su (become root) make install 6) Now you can do the gnome/gtk part. This requires gtk-1.2.x or higher (devel versions for RPMs) and optionally gnome. cvs checkout gnome-5250 cd gnome-5250 ./autogen.sh ./configure (or ./configure --disable-gnome) make su (become root) make install 7) You should now be able to try it out. Either run gtk-5250 or gnome-5250. Bear in mind that not all features work. It hasn't been finished. :) Keyboard mapping is currently hardcoded. Fonts can only be set using the font_80 & font_132 keywords. Most of the menu buttons you can click don't work. You can't cut/paste yet. On Thu, 13 Dec 2001, Egan, Matt B. (Artco) wrote: > Don't meant to be a pest but gnome5250 where can it get it and what exactly > is it (I know I looked for this awhile back) > > Not a big deal I just wouldn't mind playing with it > > Thanks > Matt
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