Quote Originally Posted by jerome1232 View Post
It's available via their ppa now for natty. So I would just use their ppa to install.


If your interested about why your compile failed


That's the joy of compiling from source that your running into, dependency hell

Usually you can search synaptic for the package it wants. I used apt-get to search and I believe it wants this package highlighted in red. You should be able to install that package and continue with the compile. If you haven't installed it already you also will need the build-essential package and possibly more dependencies. They should have a INSTALL or README file in their source that tells you exactly what you need to have installed to compile their package.

Code:
apt-cache search pygtk
libgtk-vnc-1.0-0 - A VNC viewer widget for GTK+ (runtime libraries)
libgtk-vnc-1.0-0-dbg - A VNC viewer widget for GTK+ (runtime libraries)
libgtk-vnc-1.0-dev - A VNC viewer widget for GTK+ (development files)
python-gtk-vnc - A VNC viewer widget for GTK+ (Python binding)
python-gtk2-tutorial - tutorial for the GTK2 python library
bluemindo - simple yet powerful audio player
comix - GTK Comic Book Viewer
deluge - bittorrent client written in Python/PyGTK
deluge-common - bittorrent client written in Python/PyGTK (common files)
deluge-console - bittorrent client written in Python/PyGTK (console ui)
deluge-gtk - bittorrent client written in Python/PyGTK (GTK+ ui)
deluge-web - bittorrent client written in Python/PyGTK (web ui)
deluged - bittorrent client written in Python/PyGTK (daemon)
gajim - Jabber client written in PyGTK
gdecrypt - GUI for mapping/mounting and creating encrypted volumes
gmountiso - This is Gmountiso, a PyGTK GUI to mount your cd images
gpixpod - Organize photos on your iPod, freely!
gvncviewer - VNC viewer using gtk-vnc
liguidsoap - control GUI for liquidsoap
mascyma - A user-friendly frontend for MAXIMA
mozilla-gtk-vnc - A VNC viewer widget for GTK+ (mozilla plugin)
murmur - PyGTK2 client for Museekd, the P2P Soulseek Daemon
ontv - GNOME Applet for monitoring current and upcoming TV programs
pida - Python Integrated Development Application, a Python IDE
purrr - This is Purrr, mass file rename tool written in PyGTK
pybridge - An online contract bridge game. Gtk client
pygmy - PyGTK client for the Music Player Daemon (MPD)
pympd - Frontend for mpd in the style of rhythmbox and itunes
pyneighborhood - PyGTK2 SAMBA browser
pyrenamer - mass file renamer written in PyGTK
pysdm - Graphical Storage Device Manager
python-abiword - Python AbiWidget and TableWidget wrappers
python-gtkglext1 - GtkGLext python bindings
python-gtkmvc - model-view-controller (MVC) implementation for pygtk
python-gtkmvc-doc - pygtkmvc documentation, tutorial and examples
python-kiwi - a graphical framework to construct simple UI
python-mmkeys - Multimedia key support as a PyGTK object
python-ocempgui - graphical user interface toolkit providing widgets for PyGame
python-quickly.widgets - Library for easing some PyGtk coding tasks
python-zbarpygtk - bar code scanner and decoder (PyGTK bindings)
tepache - A code sketcher for Python that uses pygtk and glade
testdrive-gtk - run the daily Ubuntu ISO in a virtual machine (GTK Front-end)
wimpiggy - Window manager library for parti
xdot - interactive viewer for Graphviz dot files
python-gtk2-dev - GTK+ bindings: devel files
quickly-ubuntu-template - quickly ubuntu application template
I ended up just installing from the ppa...but that didnt work either. Im not sure whats going on. But i installed the one that runs from terminal...and the gcdemu with the gui, but i cant find gcdemu in any of the menus...did i do something wrong?
And when i go into the computer folder (that shows files system and anything plugged into it) it shows two virtual cd/dvd drives?