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Friday, November 14, 2008

Customizing Seamonkey's Toolbar

How to Customize the SeaMonkey Toolbar |

I thought this had some pretty good tips in it
for Seamonkey, which is my favorite browser.
Much faster than Firefox, at least in my browsing


Blogger Kenny said...

Pretty cool. Yeah, not sure exactly why, but Seamonkey is demonstrably faster at rendering pages on OpenBSD than Firefox... less feature-creep? Konqueror's quick too. Usually for me it's pages heavy with javascript. On that box I'm running 4.4 with the amd64 SMP kernel on a 2.0ghz PentiumD.

11/14/2008 08:46:00 PM  
Blogger Steven Rosenberg said...

Denny, one of my new projects is OpenBSD 4.4 on an old Sparcstation 20 I've been putting together.

There aren't nearly as many packages for Sparc32 as there are for some other architectures, especially when it comes to Web browsers.

For X, basically there's Dillo.

I, too, am a fan of Seamonkey, and I tried to install it from ports. It took all day to crank through all the dependencies, but eventually the build of Seamonkey failed.

I'm going to try again. On my 2 GB drive, this is basically going to be the only port I use, since I only have 1 GB for /usr.

Maybe a second pass through the port will work since all the dependencies are already installed. ...

12/27/2008 07:34:00 PM  

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