Mozilla On Older Systems?
Tuesday December 29th, 1998
From Eric Murphy comes a question regarding Mozilla and older systems.
"After some research and e-mailing, I have come to the conclusion that Mozilla is not going to run on either Windows 3.1x or Mac OS on the 040. In my opinion, it would be a big loss to not support these systems, as there are still a lot of user out there who have these systems, and Mozilla might actually run well on them.
As a webmaster, I am dying for a great new browser that will run on even the older machines. As part of a Non-Profit ISP, we would be very excited if we could distribute a brand new browser that would run well on our users' usually antiquated machines.
I hope I am dead wrong, and that there are groups working to support these machines. If I am right, I hope this note will help spur support for these machines."
It would be nice if one of the developers could take a minute to detail what technologies Mozilla is using that preclude porting to these platforms (if that is actually the case).
#14 Re:Mozilla On Older Systems?
by Fraser <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thursday December 31st, 1998 5:18 PM
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Windows 3.1 is a very common desktop operating system in business and not supporting Win3.1 would be a huge mistake. I have been very eagerly awaiting this browser's release. I work for an ISP and being able to tell all our 386/486 customers (there are lots out there) that they can finally upgrade to the latest browser would be fabulous!!!!