There are several ways you can get irssi:
- Sources for the latest release. They're pretty easy to compile, but read the included INSTALL file if you get into trouble.
- Binaries for the latest release.
- Nightly development snapshots. They might be broken once in a while, but usually should work just fine. You can get them as .tar.gz sources or binaries.
- SVN - You can also get the very latest version that exists. It works mostly like nightly snapshots, but is a bit more difficult to compile.
- Latest release version: 0.8.16-rc1
To verify the signatures:
- gpg --keyserver wwwkeys.pgp.net --recv-keys DDBEF0E1
- You shouldn't really trust this key without verifying its fingerprint. See it with gpg --fingerprint firstname.lastname@example.org and ask someone if it matches (eg. #irssi).
- gpg --verify irssi-0.8.16-rc1.tar.gz.asc
- This key is different from the one used to sign binaries of versions before 0.8.10.
- More gpg help can be found from GPG manual
GLIB (at least version 2.0) is required to compile Irssi
- You can download it from ftp.gnome.org
Binary packages for latest version (0.8.16-rc1)
- Latest Gentoo version can always be installed with
- Slackware users can get latest irssi from slackware-current
- SuSE Linux user can get the latest version from OpenSuse or a local mirror.
The factory distribution ships with 0.8.16-rc1 aswell.
- Latest Frugalware version can always be installed with pacman -S irssi.
- Red Hat/Fedora
- Solaris pkg-get install irssi
- Mac OS X: fink
- MacPorts users on Mac OS X may use "sudo port install irssi" to compile the irssi package.
- Windows users can download it here. (Special thanks to Joshua Dick)