ipv6 web browser
Thu, 07 Dec 2000 10:08:33 +0000
I use the linux netscape binary on freebsd 4.1.1 - I went through the netscape
ports when I installed 4.0-release and none of them were worthy of handling
I am going to try the netscape6 linux binary under freebsd and then later when
I have time I'll fool with the cvsup of ports and see how that stuff works.
Thanks to all who replied for the prompt answers.
Christian Schild wrote:
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> Hello Brad, Peilei,
> On 06-Dec-2000 Brad Spencer wrote:
> > Hello there,
> > Does anyone know where I can find a good ipv6 web browser for FreeBSD or
> > linux?
> > Thanks.
> > Peilei
> > For text, Lynx is IPv6 ready. For more complicated browsers, Mozilla
> > [although I don't know about Netscape 6] supports IPv6 as does mMosaic, if
> > you can't or do not want to do Mozilla.
> Netscape 6 (linux version only!) is IPv6 ready, yes, but I really like to
> recommend using beonex communicator (http://www.beonex.de), which is a
> sibling to netscape6, but much smaller and without that useless advertising
> stuff. It is my standard browser now, and I'm quite pleased with it - I can
> use IPv6 addresses at least :-)
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