Here you can get your own free copy of PyRoom. There are different ways to install PyRoom on your system, in different versions.
PyRoom doesn't need much to operate. All you need is a fairly recent version of Python (2.4 2.5 and 2.6 have been tested), for python and . Gconf-Bindings for Python (python-gconf) are recommended. Those dependencies are available in most major Linux distributions.
Grab the latest release of PyRoom in a tarball, for system wide installation via distutils or direct usage from your unpacked archive.
Please note that gettext is required for a translated PyRoom.
PyRoom is available in Fedora 8 and above. Installing is easy:
yum install pyroom
It's available from (Personal Package Archive).
Gentoo users may get pyroom from Jürgen Geuter overlay, using the following command:
layman -a tante && emerge pyroom
At all times, we try to keep our development version of pyroom in an useable state. Breakage in development takes place in other branches, so it's fairly safe to use our current development version. You can check out our immediately useable source code via bazaar from launchpad typing:
bzr branch lp:pyroom
... and you can run your fresh new development copy of PyRoom from there or install it via distutils.
Cooming soon! We're currently working on a Windows installer for PyRoom.