OS/2 Tinderbox Now Online
Monday June 26th, 2000
Barry Marshall writes, "IBM has donated an OS/2 tinderbox and it's up and running now. You can see the current state by [clicking here].
"For more info on the current set of "green stoppers", check n.p.m.os2 for a note from Mike Kaply."
#1 Go Big Blue GO
Monday June 26th, 2000 8:40 AM
Well about time :)
I ran OS/2 for years. Nice to see that IBM is helping with the Mozilla port. After all, there E-Business plans for OS/2 and everything else they sell are on the line, so why not support the standard web browser.
Go big blue go. I would love to get back into OS/2 as soon as the Scitech Display drivers are complete, mozilla is stable and JDK 1.2 is out. (Need JDK for Oracle Apps, need scitech for my voodoo 3500 and need mozilla for web browsing.. the 4.x browser is deadly to anyones health under os/2)
Monday June 26th, 2000 7:40 PM
Cool, the more platforms the better.
Why is the link on http://tinderbox.mozilla.org/showbuilds.cgi for OS/2 tinderbox call MozillaTest and not OS2 or something?
Also is this Tinderbox located at Netscape, IBM, or somewhere else?
#4 Re: MozillaTest??
Wednesday June 28th, 2000 7:56 AM
MozillaTest is the staging area for tinderboxes.
We are still trying to get the trees green before we move them to the ports page.
As far as the location of the machines, they are at IBM in Austin, TX.
Monday June 26th, 2000 9:29 PM
Speaking of tinderbox, does anyone have a link to the Bezilla tinderbox?
#5 OS/2 Warp for free?
Saturday July 1st, 2000 1:07 AM
APC Magazine in Australia has OS/2 Warp on a cover CD this month, must look in to that - $A8.90+GST isn't a bad price to pay if it's for real :)
(I suppose this is a shameless plug, but still.......)