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penguineyes 0.10-22
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./configure
make
make install

should do it, nb you _need_ to do the 'make install' so that penguineyes can
find its image files.

you need imlib and gtk+ for this, it's only really been tested with
gtk+ 1.2.x and imlib 1.9.x. If in doubt - upgrade.

If you have GNOME, then configure should detect it, if you don't want GNOME
support, simply run configure with the '--disable-gnome' option. When you
run make install with GNOME, penguineyes is put in two places, under the
'Games' drawer in the main menu, and in the 'Amusements' section in the
'add applet' bit, you can work out which is normal and which is the applet ;)