Netscape isn't open-source and they stopped producing FreeBSD binaries afterQuote:> What new browsers are supported in fbsd 4.4 ? I tried the
> /usr/ports of netscape version 4.77 but it complained about
> some security flaws and refused make/install, so, i think netscape
> dropped support for bsd any later versions than 4.77 , uhm?
4.76 or 4.77. So if you want to use Netscape, you have to either tweak the
FreeBSD-native Makefile(s) so the older version will install (basically
comment out the BROKEN line) or enable Linux emulation and run the Linux
version 4.79 or 6.1.
You can compile Mozilla natively on FreeBSD. Netscape is based on it
There are a lot of other browsers out there as well. My personal favorite
is Opera, which also requires Linux emulation (and a registration fee if you
want to get rid of the ad banner at the top). If you use KDE you should
definitely look at Konqueror. And I'm sure others will suggest their
favorites as well...