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Re: Any seamonkey users?
Hi Bob and others,
Thanks for providing information.
I installed NetBSD on VMWare and used binrary package.
It started okay on NetBSD 9.1.
I tried alsa option; seamonkey still crashed.
webrtc had compile errors on FreeBSD.
At least, problem seems FreeBSD specific and I can focus on FreeBSD, then.
I had ported few newer versions to FreeBSD ports locally.
However, it is quite different from Firefox now.
It has became quite difficult keeping up to date with ports.
On Sat, 15 May 2021 00:08:03 -0400 (EDT)
Bob Bernstein <poobah%ruptured-duck.com@localhost> wrote:
> On Fri, 14 May 2021, Yoshihiro Ota wrote:
> > I'm wondering if anyone uses seamonkey on NetBSD or FreeBSD.
> I have built seamonkey-2.53.6nb3 in NetBSD 9.99.81 on amd64 from
> pkgsrc. It seems to function satisfactorily.
> May I suggest you search this year's posts on netbsd-user and
> pkgrc-user for seamonkey discussion? There have been suggestions
> for build options, etc..
> I am just an amateur hobbyist, but FWIW, here is my
> ACCEPTABLE_LICENSES+= gnu-agpl-v3
> ACCEPTABLE_LICENSES+= ms-ttf-license
> ACCEPTABLE_LICENSES+= mush-license
> ACCEPTABLE_LICENSES+= mozilla-trademark-license
> PKG_OPTIONS.xscreensaver+= pam opengl
> PKG_OPTIONS.firefox60+= alsa
> PKG_OPTIONS.firefox68+= official-mozilla-branding
> PKG_OPTIONS.rxvt-unicode+= rxvt-term
> PKG_OPTIONS.seamonkey+= alsa
> PKG_OPTIONS.seamonkey+= webrtc
> PKG_OPTIONS.seamonkey+= official-mozilla-branding
> "No matter how big the problem is, you can always run away from it."
> Dom Irrera
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