oui - 2010-05-31


actually the ubuntu version of ayttm for amd64 don't work and ayttm send the answering  message to use the new version but it is only available in form of sources.

if I follow the recommendations of ubuntu to compile the sources

I get following messages from the ubuntu system (after that I did install a lot of software to build the classical compiling environment: En résumé, vous devriez installer les paquets build-essential fakeroot checkinstall):

>:~$ sudo aptitude install debhelper autoconf automake bison flex gettext libaudiofile-dev libesd0-dev libglib2.0-dev libgpgme11-dev libgtk2.0-dev libjasper-dev libjpeg62-dev libltdl3-dev libpspell-dev libssl-dev libxpm-dev
password for f:
Lecture des listes de paquets… Fait
Construction de l'arbre des dépendances      
Lecture des informations d'état… Fait
Reading extended state information     
Initializing package states… Fait
Note: selecting "libltdl-dev" instead of the
      virtual package "libltdl3-dev"
The following NEW packages will be installed:
  autoconf automake autotools-dev{a} bison cvs{a} debhelper flex gettext
  html2text{a} intltool-debian{a} libaspell-dev{a} libatk1.0-dev{a}
  libaudiofile-dev libcairo2-dev{a} libdirectfb-dev{a} libdirectfb-extra{a}
  libesd0-dev libexpat1-dev{a} libfile-copy-recursive-perl{a}
  libfontconfig1-dev{a} libfreetype6-dev{a} libgpg-error-dev{a}
  libgpgme11-dev libgtk2.0-dev libice-dev{a} libjasper-dev libjpeg62-dev
  libltdl-dev libmail-sendmail-perl{a} libpango1.0-dev{a}
  libpixman-1-dev{a} libpng12-dev{a} libpspell-dev libpth-dev{a}
  libpthread-stubs0{a} libpthread-stubs0-dev{a} libsm-dev{a} libssl-dev
  libsys-hostname-long-perl{a} libsysfs-dev{a} libtool{a} libx11-dev{a}
  libxau-dev{a} libxcb-render-util0-dev{a} libxcb-render0-dev{a}
  libxcb1-dev{a} libxcomposite-dev{a} libxcursor-dev{a} libxdamage-dev{a}
  libxdmcp-dev{a} libxext-dev{a} libxfixes-dev{a} libxft-dev{a}
  libxi-dev{a} libxinerama-dev{a} libxml2-utils{a} libxpm-dev
  libxrandr-dev{a} libxrender-dev{a} m4{a} po-debconf{a} update-inetd{a}
  x11proto-composite-dev{a} x11proto-core-dev{a} x11proto-damage-dev{a}
  x11proto-fixes-dev{a} x11proto-input-dev{a} x11proto-kb-dev{a}
  x11proto-randr-dev{a} x11proto-render-dev{a} x11proto-xext-dev{a}
  x11proto-xinerama-dev{a} xtrans-dev{a}
0 packages upgraded, 73 newly installed, 0 to remove and 2 not upgraded.
Need to get 24,9MB of archives. After unpacking 85,0MB will be used.
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Is that really the best and only one way to install ayttm for MSN on the most popular Linux distribution?

What happens with the 100 MiB especially for that installed software on my hardisk?