Fennec on Openmoko

Michele Renda michele.renda at gmail.com
Wed Aug 27 12:10:10 CEST 2008

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Yes, I have the same impession too

I used the ipk version of Midori (Om 2008.8) and I realy did't liked it,
but then I used the Debian + XFCE + Midori: It is wonderful! Not too

I was able to see www.alitalia.it, that is a site problematic in
computers, it render perfect on midori.

I used it on everyday use.

budfive wrote:
> I just looked through several browsers for something that is useable. The
> conclusion I reached is that the debian packaged copy of midori is
> excellent. And not just excellent compared with the other browsers or
> compared with what was considered useful on openmoko so far. It is actually
> very functional and very fast. If you have had a bad experience with midori
> using openmoko's packages, try it again with debian. You will be very
> pleasantly surprised. This actually gives me a reason to carry the
> freerunner with me. Get it. Get it now.
> Rui Miguel Silva Seabra wrote:
>> On Mon, Aug 25, 2008 at 04:37:25PM +0200, Fox Mulder wrote:
>>> At the moment i got iceweasel running on my debian freerunner. It is
>>> also a firefox port which works great. I could use any original addon
>>> from mozilla. :)
>>> Maybe it is a bit slow when starting but at the moment it is the best
>>> browser i found for my neo.
>>> But you are right. In the future i hope there will be a bit more
>>> lightweight mobile version of the firefox.
>> I viciously hate my experience with midori and openmoko-browser :)
>> Rui
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