Browsers

Robin Mordasiewicz admin at multimediahosting.net
Mon Dec 3 04:47:23 PST 2001


Robin Mordasiewicz wrote:
Galeon is the best web browser ever. Version one will be ready very soon. I
t is based on  the Mozilla engine like skipstone. It is fast, and renders
pages nicer than any of the others.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Lucas Hope" <lestat at yoyo.cc.monash.edu.au>
To: <blfs-support at linuxfromscratch.org>
Sent: Monday, December 03, 2001 1:43 PM
Subject: Browsers


> I'm having trouble finding a graphical web browser that fits my
> requirements, and I'm wondering if anyone here can point me to one
> (lynx isn't really adequate).
>
> I don't want to install gnome or kde. I am using just enlightenment.
> I have installed gtk+, so I don't mind using that. Opera is proprietary
> (yuck!). Javascript and frames are necessary for various things, too
> (which cuts out Dillo and cheetah, which aren't ready for end-usage
> anyway)
>
> I've tried installing mozilla, but it seems to require a lot of
> odd things, like zip, unzip, libIDL (I think.) libIDL requires some
> package installation, and I have a feeling I may as well just install
> gnome for mozilla.
>
> A possibility I thought of was installing skipstone browser and just
> Mozilla's gecko engine (maybe that doesn't have as many dependencies as
> the browser.) However, I can't find any info on just installing gecko.
>
> Anyone know of a somewhat stable browser which fits the above?
> (or has written a Mozilla hint?)
>
> --
> Cheers,
>
> Luke
>
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