can we resurrect linux-firefox-1.5 ?
vlado at botka.homeunix.org
Tue Jan 16 23:19:39 UTC 2007
linux-firefox-126.96.36.199 works fine for me. Cheers, -vlado
vlado.srv# uname -a
FreeBSD srv.g1.netng.org 6.2-PRERELEASE FreeBSD 6.2-PRERELEASE #1: Fri
Nov 3 20:20:33 CET 2006
vlado at srv.g1.netng.org:/usr/obj/usrmnt/src/sys/SRV i386
vlado.srv# ll /var/db/pkg/ | grep firefox
drwxr-xr-x 2 root wheel 512 9 led 20:06 firefox-188.8.131.52,1
drwxr-xr-x 2 root wheel 512 8 led 08:18 linux-firefox-184.108.40.206
vlado.srv# ll /var/db/pkg/ | grep flash
drwxr-xr-x 2 root wheel 512 7 led 13:21 libflash-0.4.13_1
drwxr-xr-x 2 root wheel 512 7 led 13:03
Pete French píše v út 16. 01. 2007 v 22:07 +0000:
> > If you had any idea how many RFC's IE violates and and how many bugs there
> > are in it you would never have made a statement like that.
> I don't think here ever said that IE was *better*, just that it was
> necessary for certain sites (which is undeniably true) and that if
> all you have available is Firefox then you at least want to have a working
> stable Firefox.
> It does seem to boil down the the flash issue though - for me native
> Firefox is stable, until I try and add flash. So I live without flash,
> but that measn there are a number of things I just can't do, as well as
> the IE only sites (which are becomming rare). In the end I bundle any such jobs
> up and do them at home where I keep an x64-XP box for such things. If the
> most stable flash enabled player on FreeBSD is linux-firefox 1.5 then it
> would be nice to have it in ports.
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