aitor_czr wrote: > Tar is installed by default in the core system of devuan (first and
> second stages of debootstrap.
> In any case, i started working on my own minimalist browser. It's not
> a joke:
> http://www.gnuinos.org/screenshots/Screenshot_2020-04-11_18-14-41.png >
> At least, i only need a few features like management for my bookmarks
> and ability to have
> several websites opened at the same time in different tabs. And no
> much more... The less addons,
> the more minimalism.
> But i wonder if libwebkitgtk-1.0 (compatible with Gtk2) will survive
> the passing of time and dbus.
interesting. I drop a line for ArcticFox then, since I am currently its
A very much improved fork of PaleMoon 27 which is quite lighweight and
I am working quite a bit with it on Devuan amd64 ascii - works quite
well for myself.
1GB of RAM about needed, but to build 2GB suggested.
amd64 works well, intel Centrino/Core "minimum"
If someone is interested.. I can use also some help, no tot hijack this
thread I can open a separate on
- gtk2 backend
- gcc 6.5 bound currently (starting from 4.8....)
- Pentium3 cpu not supported (!) it builds, but crashes without
SSE2/SSE3, which is a Pity, debianhas FF52 which runs (slow) on
hackers wanted, especially with FF/Gecko experience.