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Re: Netscape communicator.
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Netscape communicator.
- From: Brad <brad_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org>
- Date: Mon, 19 Jul 1999 23:09:25 -0400 (EDT)
>> >> > > Try to find any BSDI-BSD2 compiled, at ftp.netscape.com there is. it's
>> >> > > an unsupported (from netscape) version to BSD machines, but it works
>> >> > > VERY, VERY WELL!! :)
>> >> >
>> >> > I cannot agree. My box crashes with netscape/bsdi time after time, so I
>> >> > cannot achieve uptime over 10d yet :(.
>> >> I also found the BSDI version didn't work too well for me. It never
>> >> brought the box down, but Netscape would crash a lot. I had the Linux
>> >> compat stuff installed, so I tried Linux Netscape... and surprisingly, it
>> >> worked much better for me (this was OpenBSD 2.3/i386)
>> >Why bother with emulation when you can get local code? (it's in the ports
>> >tree!). I have used the 128 bit netscape port very successfully for a few
>> >weeks. I really wonder why more people don't try it!
>> The port of Netscape Navigator/Communicator uses the BSD/OS (BSDI) bins
>> on i386 and SunOS bins on SPARC. I've been using both for quite awhile
>> without any crashing ..
>> // Brad
>That's interesting... so what exactly was it compiling when I installed
>it? It DID compile _something_.
It was/is compiling the Fortify bin ..