So, for what are you paying this guy?-->
From the link in your article, I see the project: http://freecode.com/projects/iptux
and there is a link to the website, there http://freecode.com/urls/66a184946074bb ... adc8c8a229
Selecting the latest version, I like to open internet tarballs with xarchiver, which downloads to /tmp, so, if I decide not to use it, the file gets automatically deleted at next boot.
The files look like something that might build with the simple build formula and I have xarchiver extract to my build area. Here, in the toplevel directory of the extracted tarball on 64-bit 2011, it's pretty straightforward....
...standard first build step. All the failed attempts and circuitous route to a 'successful' 2011 installation left me forgetting to have the 'Development' group installed. I've built a couple of programs and installed devel packages bit by bit but configure could not find a gconf-2 package. I installed what looked like the most likely gconf2-sounding package not already installed, lib64gconfmm2.6-devel, and that brought in what was probably actually needed, lib64GConf2-devel. Luckily, after that, configure finished and the next step is make.
That, also, completed without error, so on to
It did just that, even installed a menu entry under Internet.
Since one could spit in my 'mansion' and hit a potential iptux pal, I can't test further. However, so far, I'm impressed with this fellow's program writing skills and would think it's a good bet to build it on 2010.2.