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Most madman-related files can be found in the main download area.
Some Prebuilt packages for madman are available from the main download area.
Debian: madman is available from Debian unstable, so everybody lucky enough to have Debian, just type
apt-get install madman.
Fedora Core 1: available from the download area. If you use these pacakges, please note that you need a new Qt (>=3.3, I take it) from the KDE-Redhat project.
NetBSD packages may be downloaded from pkgsrc.
FreeBSD has added madman to its ports collection.
SuSE packages can be found here.
Packages for madman were contributed by
The current stable and development releases are always available from the download area.
The code as it is being developed can be obtained from my version control repository.
$ git clone http://git.tiker.net/trees/madman.git
$ git pull
gets you updated. Of course, you need git installed.
In order to successfully build madman, you'll need the following packages, including their corresponding development components: