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Re: Any seamonkey users?

On Sat, May 15, 2021 at 3:48 AM Thomas Mueller <> wrote:
> > Hi,
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> > I've been trying pkgsrc on FreeBSD-13.0-RELEASE i386.
> > After the cyclic dependency is resolved, I was able to build www/seamonkey.
> > However, seamonkey crashes during start up.
> > I'm wondering if anyone uses seamonkey on NetBSD or FreeBSD.
> > Thanks,
> > Hiro
> I use Seamonkey on FreeBSD, but that was from FreeBSD ports and is now an old version (2.49?) on an old version of FreeBSD (11.1-STABLE).
> I also had Seamonkey and Firefox on NetBSD, but that was lost when pkg_update went awry and destroyed many packages.
> I have become disenchanted with FreeBSD with the recent changes, never really liked the dialog4ports, much prefer to put options in /etc/mk.conf as is done with pkgsrc, or /etc/make.conf in Gentoo Linux Portage.

Not to dive into a FreeBSD Ports discussion but port-mgmt/portconf
provides options knob tuning in /usr/local/etc/ports.conf and in
addition you can indeed set ports build options in /etc/mk.conf as
well now, dialog4ports is only required for interactive `make config`.

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