Talk about the native Mac OS X browser.
Moderator: Camino Developers
Your instructions are clear, thanks.
That thread you pointed to gives the quickest way to find your processor - type "machine" into Terminal. My PPC7410 reports itself to be a 7400.
My optimised builds of Camino 1.6.3 security update are ready and available. G3 (750 processor) and G4 (7400 & 7450 processors) for Mac OS X 10.3.9 and above.
Get them while they're still fresh, enjoy.
am using your 1.6.3 build now, thanks again for the speedy updates!!
just found your optimized builds for the 7450. i have to say i am often skeptical of "fixes" etc. such as this but i have to say the difference is noticeable and it runs much better...
many kudos and thanks.
Here's my attempt at making the tabs look more unified with Mac OS X Tiger (10.4.x).
There are two versions, one with the (almost) standard close buttons (the hover style pops up instead) and one with mini Mac OS X close buttons. Preview images are available at my site.
thank you for your speedy updates! (I am using both your Camino 1.6.4 and your FF 22.214.171.124 on both G3 and G4, on 10.3.9 and 10.4.11)
I am always unsure what to do when a new update comes out and the optimized builds aren't up yet ("what do I use?"), but your updates follow the official releases real quick
My Camino 1.6.5 optimised builds have been uploaded and are ready now.
P.S. For those watching for the rest of the Mozilla applications, still one more to go, Thunderbird 126.96.36.199
am posting with it now
I'm curious - do you have any kind of statistics as to the relative demand for your various different builds?
Last edited by tanweileong on November 28th, 2008, 6:23 am, edited 1 time in total.
The only statistics I have available to me is how many times each file has been "downloaded" from the file hosting sites. It doesn't account for any uncompleted downloads though.
well, I'm posting this from a 500MHz G3 on your 1.6.5 build; I have access to more modern machines, but just know you're helping guys like me keep old machines alive
My optimised builds of Camino 1.6.6 are up and available now.
It seems Mozilla aren't going to do anymore security updates to the 1.8.1.x Gecko code base, so this one could well be the last Camino 1.6.x update. Very sad for all you Mac users still stuck on OSX 10.3.9
FYI, we're planning at least one more Camino 1.6.x update, which is why we didn't include any language about this being the last release to support 10.3.9 (and there's a good chance that bug fixes, like the one for bug 470049, and security fixes will continue to land for Gecko 1.8.1 for a little while).
Right, Mozilla Corp does not plan any more Firefox 2.0.0.x security updates; we do plan to release additional Camino 1.6.x security/stability updates.
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest