MozillaZine

Running Mozilla on OpenBSD

Thursday August 29th, 2002

Evan Read writes: "Until recently, OpenBSD users were unable to build Mozilla to run natively on OpenBSD nor could they run it in Linux compatibility mode. It appears that Mozilla 1.1 can be built and run (to some success) on OpenBSD. They are rejoicing on the mailing lists!"

Evan pointed us towards an OpenBSD Journal article that contains more comments and some relevant links. There's still several caveats with running Mozilla on OpenBSD but progress is being made.


#5 Re: Re: Mac OS X?

by locka <adamlock@eircom.net>

Wednesday September 4th, 2002 5:23 PM

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More likely it has to do with nspr, psm or even the assembly stubs, or the lack thereof for XPConnect. If OpenBSD is not one of the supported nspr platforms I can see that being the biggest hurdle to overcome. Once done, I imagine it's no harder to get it going than any other Unix platform.