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by AthlonXPUser
2018-08-16, 16:16
Forum: Contributed 3rd Party Builds
Topic: Pale Moon SSE for Linux
Replies: 194
Views: 50091

Re: Pale Moon SSE for Linux

Wow, finally I actually made it! I just copied the files it was missing from somewhere else where they were, then I've overwritten libjavascriptcoregtk-4.0.so, libwebkit2gtk-4.0.so and libwebkit2gtkinjectedbundle.so everywhere and now my compiled WebKit runs on my Athlon XP! Feels good man! 8-) By ...
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-23, 21:33
Forum: Contributed 3rd Party Builds
Topic: Pale Moon SSE for Linux
Replies: 194
Views: 50091

Re: Pale Moon SSE for Linux

Wow, finally I actually made it! I just copied the files it was missing from somewhere else where they were, then I've overwritten libjavascriptcoregtk-4.0.so, libwebkit2gtk-4.0.so and libwebkit2gtkinjectedbundle.so everywhere and now my compiled WebKit runs on my Athlon XP! Feels good man! 8-) By t...
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-22, 23:29
Forum: Contributed 3rd Party Builds
Topic: Pale Moon SSE for Linux
Replies: 194
Views: 50091

Re: Pale Moon SSE for Linux

It was very large because I was building it with -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=RelWithDebInfo instead of -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release. With Release it was only 53MB. Then I tried what you suggested but I got this: ** (surf:3381): ERROR **: 01:01:20.269: Unable to fork a new child process: Failed to execute child...
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-21, 23:09
Forum: Contributed 3rd Party Builds
Topic: Pale Moon SSE for Linux
Replies: 194
Views: 50091

Re: Pale Moon SSE for Linux

You mean I should compile webkit too? Surf's webpage tells: "Compile your own webkit or expect hell.". I tried to compile webkit, it took 30 (thirty) fucking hours on my Athlon XP when it said it failed to generate the documentation And generating documentation was probably one of the last things i...
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-09, 04:14
Forum: Contributed 3rd Party Builds
Topic: Pale Moon SSE for Linux
Replies: 194
Views: 50091

Re: Pale Moon SSE for Linux

I'm trying to build roytam1's Firefox 45 ESR.
On same machine.
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-08, 14:54
Forum: Contributed 3rd Party Builds
Topic: Pale Moon SSE for Linux
Replies: 194
Views: 50091

Re: Pale Moon SSE for Linux

roytam1 wrote:if you want to change compiler, it is better to run "mach clobber" first, so it cleans up obj directory and no mix-up of object files created by different compiler.
Thanks for the suggestion, I tried it, but I got the same result :(
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-08, 08:45
Forum: Contributed 3rd Party Builds
Topic: Pale Moon SSE for Linux
Replies: 194
Views: 50091

Re: Pale Moon SSE for Linux

Yes, I have multiple working GCCs: $ gcc --version gcc (Ubuntu 7.3.0-16ubuntu3) 7.3.0 $ gcc-4.9 --version gcc-4.9 (Ubuntu 4.9.3-13ubuntu2) 4.9.3 In my .mozconfig i've added these: export CC=gcc-4.9 export CXX=g++-4.9 After running ./mach build I can see stuff like that: 0:40.03 nsprpub> checking for...
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-07, 13:50
Forum: Contributed 3rd Party Builds
Topic: Pale Moon SSE for Linux
Replies: 194
Views: 50091

Re: Pale Moon SSE for Linux

It is hard to install GCC 4.9.3 for Lubuntu 18.04. It is officially not supported anymore and only some 3rd party ppa has it. Still because of some dependencies sometimes at the end GCC 7.x will be available. A good build script would be needed which gets the correct packages before build, or even b...
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-07, 08:07
Forum: Contributed 3rd Party Builds
Topic: Pale Moon SSE for Linux
Replies: 194
Views: 50091

Re: Pale Moon SSE for Linux

maybe TenFourFox ? but they aim for supporting PowerPC Macs, directly compile it may not work. BTW I cherry-picked (most of) their patches into my branch (aim for win32 vs2013), untested with Linux platform at all. You may try compiling it. Tenfourfox doesn't compile for some unknown reason, I don'...
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-04, 18:39
Forum: Contributed 3rd Party Builds
Topic: Pale Moon SSE for Linux
Replies: 194
Views: 50091

Re: Pale Moon SSE for Linux

You may try compiling it. I would love to try it. I checked the compile instructions on Mozilla's page, but it is starting with "You must have a 64 bit processor". So I guess the instructions there won't be the same as for this ESR 45 version. Could you please provide me the compile instructions? Y...
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-04, 18:35
Forum: Contributed 3rd Party Builds
Topic: Pale Moon SSE for Linux
Replies: 194
Views: 50091

Re: Pale Moon SSE for Linux

In overall, I agree with you. But a lot of sites (web apps) are abusing JS so they can lock users out. For example reddit.com or twitter.com. You cannot use them without JS anymore, they were working just fine before. I just want to read some content, no interactivity needed. Damn, some dude even c...
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-03, 05:30
Forum: Contributed 3rd Party Builds
Topic: Pale Moon SSE for Linux
Replies: 194
Views: 50091

Re: Pale Moon SSE for Linux

Websites shouldn't even demand JavaScript to work. JavaScript could make the website more convenient to use but every feature should work without JavasScript too, if it will cause to do a full page reload, then let it be. I cannot use a lot of websites because if JS is turned off, it is not possible...
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-02, 19:47
Forum: Basilisk
Topic: Have mercy on us 32-bit souls
Replies: 60
Views: 5304

Re: Have mercy

By the way, having a second look, all you would need to do is to put the Linux SSE2 line below the GPU line, so at least it would have the same ordering as for Windows.

EDIT: I won't live with this, I'm gonna create a userscript.
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-02, 19:10
Forum: Basilisk
Topic: Have mercy on us 32-bit souls
Replies: 60
Views: 5304

Re: Have mercy

Cool, thanks. But I have to admit that my OCD kicked in: could you please place the CPU and RAM requirements in the same order for both platforms? Also the software and hardware requirements are really mixed up. It should be something like this: Windows requirements A modern processor (must have SSE...
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-02, 18:47
Forum: Contributed 3rd Party Builds
Topic: Pale Moon SSE for Linux
Replies: 194
Views: 50091

Re: Pale Moon SSE for Linux

Sure, I know. But this is what I also think, see my last line of previous post. Bottom line is, there is no browser left ON EARTH which gets regular updates and doesn't require SSE2. Internet Explorer would have been supported until January 2020, but M$ fucked up the Spectre mitigation in February 2...
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-02, 18:04
Forum: Basilisk
Topic: Have mercy on us 32-bit souls
Replies: 60
Views: 5304

Re: Have mercy

Here is a build that I created for my personal use. Browser will identify itself as "Nightly" as official branding isn't used. https://www.dropbox.com/s/b8ejrqnv24xxfff/basilisk-20180316155234.en-US.linux-i686.tar.bz2?dl=1 When I try to run this I'm getting "Illegal instruction". This must be becau...
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-02, 17:57
Forum: Contributed 3rd Party Builds
Topic: Pale Moon SSE for Linux
Replies: 194
Views: 50091

Re: Pale Moon SSE for Linux

Thanks for the suggestion. I removed my own surf first to make sure I'm not using that accidentally. I tried the ubuntu package but got the same result. In the window title it goes for 10% for a second and then back to 0% and then nothing happens. But I found another browser, easily installable by a...
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-02, 05:36
Forum: Contributed 3rd Party Builds
Topic: Pale Moon SSE for Linux
Replies: 194
Views: 50091

Re: Pale Moon SSE for Linux

Serpentine wrote:P.S.: May I ask you if you know an e-mail client working without SSE2? Recent Thunderbird stopped working and the old versions are full of vulnerabilities. I searched several days already without any useful result.
On Lubuntu there is Slypheed, it works on my non-SSE2 PC, although I don't use it.
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-02, 04:58
Forum: Contributed 3rd Party Builds
Topic: Pale Moon SSE for Linux
Replies: 194
Views: 50091

Re: Pale Moon SSE for Linux

Another suggestion: surf (http://surf.suckless.org/). It uses webkit2gtk as its back end, so it will display most web sites properly. You should be able to compile it for non-SSE2 CPUs. You mean I should compile webkit too? Surf's webpage tells: "Compile your own webkit or expect hell.". I tried to...
by AthlonXPUser
2018-07-02, 03:37
Forum: Basilisk
Topic: How do I install Basilisk on Linux?
Replies: 4
Views: 1016

Re: How do I install Basilisk on Linux?

Hi,

Is there a version for 32 bit Linux? If not, will be some day?