Sonntag, 15 Nov 2009

Howdy,

beat@ want some tester for SeaMonkey 2.0
here a full quota:

A few days ago SeaMonkey 2.0 has been released. To install SeaMonkey 2.0
a modified bsd.gecko.mk is needed. Therefore we are not able to commit
it to the ports tree until the tree is unfreezed. So now we are looking
for tester/reviewer of the SeaMonkey 2.0 port.

The port is available in our SVN repository:

# svn co
http://trillian.chruetertee.ch/svn/freebsd-gecko/branches/experimental/www/seamonkey-devel

The modified bsd.gecko.mk could be downloaded here:
http://trillian.chruetertee.ch/svn/freebsd-gecko/branches/experimental/Mk/bsd.gecko.mk

A screenshot of SeaMonkey 2.0 running on FreeBSD is available here:
ttp://tmp.chruetertee.ch/seamonkey20.png

Happy Testing 🙂


5 Responses to “”

  1. Ports : Seamonkey 2.0 arrive at FreeBSD-fr: Les nouvelles du géant en français Says:

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  2. Uz Bence Says:

    Hello!

    I have installed SeaMonkey 2.0 on my 9-CURRENT on Dell Latitude D530 and since then it works seamlessly.
    – Installation was seamless.
    – Mailbox and mail settings were imported from Thunderbird with all the archived mails.
    – Only bookmarks were not imported from Firefox 3.5.5
    – Browsing seems faster than with Firefox 3.5.5 (opinion, not measurement)

    All functions are OK there was not any crash or freeze.

    Thanks for the good work.

    I don’t know if it is the right place for feedback so if not then sorry.

    Regards,

    Ferenc Balku (HU)

  3. Uz Bence Says:

    Installation was yesterday late afternoon

    Regards,

    BF

  4. Edwin Groothuis Says:

    Works like a charm, except that the drag+drop of URLs doesn’t function anymore. If you have an idea, drop me an email!

  5. Erik Ulven Says:

    Hey!

    Installed on 8 release without any problems or effort. Thunderbird settings and mail was also imported successfully.
    It feels fast and reliable and seems to be a good alternative to firefox and thunderbird.

    Thank you!

    Regards,
    Erik

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