Subject: Re: Sun4, NetBSD, and a graphical browser
To: None <THETechnoid@home.com>
From: J. Scott Kasten <email@example.com>
Date: 12/18/2000 20:53:16
Not sure what to tell you about the Mozilla stuff segfaulting, but there
are options. If you can get a proper JRE, HotJava should run. I've heard
of others makeing it run on odd platforma once they had a solid JVM in
place. Perhaps Kaffe, or something? There's also Grail, which is a
python thingy that only requires a good tcl/tk and python installation.
Perhaps you can find and compile source for Arena? I used arena on a 1+.
Not a terribly full featured thing, but it does claim to support HTML 3.0,
JPEG, GIF, and PNG.
On Mon, 18 Dec 2000 THETechnoid@home.com wrote:
> I know this sounds ridiculous, but I've got a Sparcstation 4/330 running
> Netbsd, and kde. It IS kinda slow, but I hate solaris 2.4 that much...
> I've tried both available Mozilla packages and get "segmentation error"
> shortly after trying to execute the mozilla binary in /usr/X11R6/bin.
> I just want a decent browser (other than Lynx). Even Hotjava or Chimera
> would be dealwithable.