You can allways get the bleeding-edge fresh new experimental code from svn.
Most Linux distributions install svn by default, every brings it on disc or via online update.
You can also obtain it from svn.tigris.org (especially if you use Windows).
Getting the code is easy.
svn checkout svn://svn.code.sf.net/p/cloudcity/code/ cloudcity-code
A snapshot of the current svn revision can be downloaded as tarball.
How to compile
Download the tarball, open a terminal (konsole) and navigate to the directory where you downloaded the tarball, e.g.:
cd ~/downloadsNext, untar the tarball (x.y.z are just placeholders...)
tar -xjf bespin-x.y.z.tar.bz2Enter the just created bespin directory
./configureThe configure script can detect a valid Qt4/KDE4 environment.
If anything went right, you can start compilation
No compile errors? Install the libraries / config dialog
make installNOTICE: You need proper rights on the QT4 / KDE4 paths to perform this
sudo make install(You'll need your administrator password here)
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