Re: Status of Galeon in testing?
Clive Menzies <email@example.com> said on Thu, 22 Jan 2004 15:23:25 +0000:
> On (22/01/04 09:22), stan wrote:
> > For several weeks now, I've had to freeze all my "testing" systems, as an
> > apt-get dist-upgrade wants to remove galeon, which is a critical
> > requirement for these systems.
> > Can anyone enlighteen me as to what's going on with this package?
> Sorry - I can't give you any info on Galeon other than I had a problem
> upgrading to sid and Galeon became so broken I had to reinstall. I've
> now switched to Mozilla-Firebird which works a treat ;)
Is there a browser that is acceptable for slow computers? My AMD K6II
500MHz box takes forever to render a page, or even to switch tabs.
Given the galeon is using mozilla's rendering engine, and that the
alternatives I can think of are even worse (Konqueror is KDE, so
couldn't possibly have ever been designed to be at all resembling
Nutscap 4.7 was acceptable (hell, I would even call it fast), but
naturally, is a little broken.
Any experiences in this department, anyone?
TimC -- http://astronomy.swin.edu.au/staff/tconnors/
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