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Old 3rd July 2011
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Originally Posted by Oko View Post
Firefox has dropped Sparc64 from version 4.0 so there is no more Firefox for Sparc64 (please refer to ports@openbsd). I am not sure if the WebKit is compiling but Konqueror might be the only full blown browser available on Sparc64 these days. NetSurf (still not updated to 2.7 even though the patch has been submitted) is probably the best choice for daily surfing as long as one doesn't need JavaScript
Have no fear my fellow Sparcologists! Firefox 5 packages for Sparc Solaris 10 and Open Solaris are available on Sunfreeware.com. I realize that does not necessarily mean it will work on OpenBSD but at least it means it's doable.
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