Orca Browser for Linux...?

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Orca Browser for Linux...?

Post by premum » Mon Sep 15, 2008 7:12 am

Am currently using Debian based Linux distro..and wanna use Orca Browser :angel: ..though i can go for Wine to install .exe of Orca browser.,why not we develop something as rpm or deb..? for easy installation in Linux..?
is anything similar to that available already..?and what about the source of Orca browser..since it is based on Firefox I hope the source should be available to all..and I couldnt find any of these in the website :thumbdown: ..If am wrong pls to direct me..

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Re: Orca Browser for Linux...?

Post by André » Mon Sep 15, 2008 1:40 pm

Currently, there are no versions of Avant or Orca for Linux although there is a possibility of that in the future. Also, the source isn't availible currently and I doubt it ever will be.
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Re: Orca Browser for Linux...?

Post by angeldust » Mon Sep 15, 2008 6:41 pm

The Gecko engine is of course open source but the Orca parts are owned by Anderson & he chooses not to share that propriety information.
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