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pavuk 0.9.34-4
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pavuk0.9 installation
---------------------

What you need:
--------------
	- GCC or other ANSI C compiler (Digital OSF/1 3.2 cc successfuly tesed)
	- optionaly X11 libraries - R5 and R6 tested 
	- optionaly GTK libraries (1.0.0 or heigher required, older may not work 
			   because of API changes and new widgets)
			   when you want multithreading support, you need
			   at least version 1.2.0
	- optionaly SSLeay or OpenSSL package - 
			   when you plan to use pavuk for mirroring and or 
			   transfering documents via HTTPS (SSL) , you need 
			   to have installed SSLeay package at least v0.8.0
	- optionaly SOCKS 4 or 5 package for supporting your SOCKS firewall
	- optionaly GNU gettext library for internationalized messages support
	- optionaly support for regular expressions in libc (POSIX, GNU, BSD, 
	  Bell V8 or PCRE implementation)
	- optionaly Berkeley db 1.8x library to support loading files from
	  Netscape or Mozilla browser cache directory
	- optionaly zlib library to support document decoding without calling
	  gzip program
	- optionaly pthread (POSIX threads) library for support multithreading
	  (in this case all other used libraries should be compiled and 
           designed to support multithreading - mainly X and GTK)
	- optionaly libdes or OpenSSL libcrypto to support NTLM authorization
	- optionaly Mozillas JavaScript runtime library libjs to support
	  JavaScript bindings
	- optionaly Netscape/Mozilla NSS3 and NSPR libraries to support SSL
	  when you can't or don't want to use OpenSSL which is not GPL
	  compatible
	- optionaly libmcrypt or libgrypt libraries (with DES support) to
	  support NTLM authorization and don't want to link with libcrypt
	  which is part of OpenSSL which is not GPL compatible


Installing
----------
type 
	tar -xzvf pavuk-0.9.tgz
or 
	gunzip -c pavuk-0.9.tgz | tar -xf -
to unpack source

Change directory to pavuk-0.9 and type

	./configure

to configure package for your system setup. Configure script accepts some
extra options, to allow better tunning of pavuk features:

	--enable-threads - to enable compilation with multithreading support
	--disable-socks  - to disable compilation of SOCKS support
	--disable-gtk	 - to disable compilation of GTK interface
	--disable-ssl    - to disable compilation of SSL support
	--disable-nls	 - to disable compilation with gettext NLS
	--disable-debug  - to disable compilation with debuging support
	--disable-gnome  - to deny instalation of pavuks Gnome related files
	--disable-ntlm   - do not compile with NTLM auth support
	--disable-tree   - do not compile with tree preview
			   (saves a lot of memory when running GUI)
	--disable-js     - to disable compilation of JavaScript bindings support
	--disable-ipv6   - to disable support of IPv6 protocol
	--with-*-includes - you should specify location of header
			    files for optionals packages
			    (ssl,gtk,intl,zlib,socks,js)
	--with-*-libraries - you should specify location of libraries
			     for optional packages
			     (ssl,gtk,intl,zlib,socks,js)
	--with-locale-dir - path to your locale directory
	--with-regex=[none/auto/posix/gnu/v8/bsd/pcre]
			 - for selecting required regular expressions 
                           implemetation, if your system contains multiple
			   supported implementation
	--with-ssl=[none/auto/openssl/ssleay/nss]
			 - for selecting requested SSL library implementation
	--with-desimpl=[none/auto/libcrypto/libdes/libmcrypt/libgcrypt]
			 - for selecting requested DES algorithm implementation
			   library
	--with-egd-socket=NAME - use NAME for the EGD socket

for more options check configure --help

to compile package, type at commandline

	make

to install package, type at commandline

	make install

This will copy pavuk binary, manual page, message catalogs and other files to
destination directories.

Feel free to email me if you have some problems with pavuk instalation
or use.

If you can't succesfuly build this program please contact me via email :
<ondrej@idata.sk>.