Re: mozilla.deb, get it while its hot
Wow.. is mozilla the "web browser" of choice for linux? (like... less
bugs?). Hm... I do not have a lot of those libs you mentioned, can I install
them without replacing my libc5 libs? Or will I definately get a conflict?
The site is down now... :( at least for me, do you know of any mirrors
with ISO images?!?!
Hm... when you say "glitches in html rendering" is there any glitches
like netscape' dreaded 'bus error'? (critical "fatal" errors?)
On Wed, 1 Apr 1998, Johnie Ingram wrote:
> A Mozilla 5 package by Joey Hess is now in our master Incoming, and
> will be soon at an Incoming mirror near you. :-) You can already get
> it from:
> To run it you need libc6, libstdc++2.8, xlib6g, and xpm4g installed.
> (The 0.0 version means it still needs a permanent maintainer.)
> And yes, its actually usable, and has at least one convenient new
> feature in the Window menu. There are some glitches in HTML rendering
> In addition to Incoming, this site also has a full mirror of the
> mozilla source (/mozilla/1998-03-31/) and an ISO image of Debian 2.0
> suitable for burning to CDR (/CD/Debian-2.0.iso, updated nightly at
> 0200 GMT).
> It looks like the Debian and Openscape developers will work
> side-by-side on this -- irc.openscape.org and irc.debian.org are the
> same network. :-)
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