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Here you will find the installation instructions for David. You have 
additional information in the README file.

To build David from the source code, you'll need the following development 
libraries and headers instaled in your system:

- Gnome 
- XML 
- glibc 
- Xfree86
- gtk

The package names are diferent between distributions. As a tip, I've instaled 
these:

Debian:  
	libxml-dev
	libgnome-dev
	... and let apt solve the dependencies ;-)

Mandrake7:  (dependencies given by rpmdrake)
	gnome-libs-devel
                audiofile-devel
	gtk+-devel
	libjpeg-devel
	libpng-devel
	zlib-devel
	glib-devel
	libxml-devel
	esound-devel
	libungif-devel
	libtiff-devel
	XFree86-devel
	libgr-devel
	kernel-headers
	imlib-devel
	Orbit-devel
	indent
	glibc-devel

I think that the package names for Redhat are similar to the ones for Mandrake.

Once you have all the development libraries and headers installed, you can 
build David by doing:

	- tar xvzf david-xxxxxx.tar.gz
	- cd david-xxxxx
	- ./configure
	- make
	- (as root) make install

This will hopefully build David correctly. 

If you have problems, you can try generating a new "configure" script by 
executing "autoconf" and running the configure again.   

If you still have problems, check if you have installed all the needed 
libraries and headers, as shown above.

If you still have problems, send us a mail and we'll help you as soon as we 
can. You can use the form of our web page (http://david.es.gnome.org).