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Hi i have recentlly installed gyach enhanced - which runs fine - but when i click on "launch pYvoice chat" nothing loads and on the terminal window it says.... "You do not have PyGtk-2 properly installed" however i just installed it (with no errors) any ideas?
what sound system type you guys running? im using the alsa crap with the open sound system (OSS) and from what Erica says in her install/readme is that its basically unsported... the only type of sound it will work on without some fuggin with the code is ESD....
You do not have PyGtk-2 properly installed.
^^is the error message when i try to launch pyvoice from gyach(console term)... sucks for me... ill have to find something else.
I have installed gyachE and i have installed the missing pygtk-2.4.1 from http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/pygtk/2.4/ and ghyach still complains after reboot. On top of alsa and oss emulation esd is running. I think that gyack fails to load some libraries needed to display the voice chat window. I have slackware 10 with gnome installed, but I use KDE. I used to run gnome, but I found it not as complex as KDE (slackware is more KDE oriented).
After installing some packages from the author's web page (pygtk, libgtkhtml, gpgme) the voice-chat window opens without errors. Note that esound daemon MUST be running on top of alsa and/or oss. Your selected sound input device should be the microphone. Now, let's hope it works! I only have tot test it.