Historical Versions of the Mozilla Browser for BSD/OS


This page has links to various obsolete versions of the Mozilla browser. Do not run any of the software listed on this page -- do yourself a favor and get a current version of the browser software.

Version 1.0 - Final!
This is a build of the official release for the Mozilla browser, version 1.0. A detailed README file that discusses how it was built is also available. No additional libraries need to be installed to run this version of the browser. A compiled form of the browser is available for both the sparc and x86 architecture machines running BSD/OS 4.2. Currently the only available build for BSD/OS 4.3 is x86. An IPv6 enabled version of the browser is also available for BSD/OS 4.3 (x86).

Version 1.0RC3
This is a build of the third release candidate for the 1.0 Mozilla browser (a.k.a. 1.0RC3), as well as a detailed README file that discusses how it was built. No additional libraries need to be installed to run this version of the browser. A compiled form of the browser will be available for both the sparc and x86 architecture machines running BSD/OS 4.2. Currently the only available build for BSD/OS 4.3 is x86.

Version 1.0RC2
This is a build of the 1.0RC2 version of the Mozilla browser, as well as a detailed README file that discusses how it was built. No additional libraries need to be installed to run this version of the browser. A compiled form of the browser will be available for both the sparc and x86 architecture machines running BSD/OS 4.2. Currently the only available build for BSD/OS 4.3 is x86.

Version 1.0RC1
This is a build of the 1.0RC1 version of the Mozilla browser, as well as a detailed README file that discusses how it was built. No additional libraries need to be installed to run this version of the browser. A compiled form of the browser will be available for both the sparc and x86 architecture machines running BSD/OS 4.2. Currently the only available build for BSD/OS 4.3 is x86.

Version 0.9.9
This is a build of the 0.9.9 version of the Mozilla browser, as well as a detailed README file that discusses how it was built. No additional libraries need to be installed to run this version of the browser. A compiled form of the browser will be available for both the sparc and x86 architecture machines running BSD/OS 4.2. Currently the only available build for BSD/OS 4.3 is x86.

Note: There is also an IPv6 enabled version of the x86 BSD/OS 4.3 browser. If you have IPv6 connectivity, you might want to experiment with this version.

Version 0.9.8
This is a build of the 0.9.8 version of the Mozilla browser, as well as a detailed README file that discusses how it was built. No additional libraries need to be installed to run this version of the browser. A compiled form of the browser will be available for both the sparc and x86 architecture machines. Currently the only available build for BSD/OS 4.3 is x86.

Note: This version of the browser has been locally patched with a small change that is documented in the README-bsdos file included in this release.

Version 0.9.7
This is a build of the 0.9.7 version of the Mozilla browser, as well as a detailed README file that discusses how it was built. No additional libraries need to be installed to run this version of the browser. A compiled form of the browser is available for both the sparc and x86 architecture machines.

Note: This version of the browser has been locally patched with a small change that is documented in the README-bsdos file included in this release.

Version 0.9.6
This is a build of the 0.9.6 version of the Mozilla browser, as well as a detailed README file that discusses how it was built. No additional libraries need to be installed to run this version of the browser. A compiled form of the browser is available for both the sparc and x86 architecture machines.

Note: This version of the browser has been locally patched with a small change that was not applied to the source branch for the 0.9.6 release. You can view the details of the bug for this patch here:
http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=100447

Version 0.9.5
This is the 0.9.5 version of the Mozilla browser, as well as a detailed README file that discusses how it was built. No additional libraries need to be installed to run this version of the browser. A compiled form of the browser is available for both the sparc and x86 architecture machines.

Note: This version of the browser has been locally patched with two small changes that were not applied to the source branch for the 0.9.5 release. I felt these changes were very important to have in the browser. You can view the details of the bugs for these patchs here:
http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=86474
http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=100447

Version 0.9.4
This is the 0.9.4 version of the Mozilla browser, as well as a detailed README file that discusses how it was built. No additional libraries need to be installed to run this version of the browser. A compiled form of the browser is available for both the sparc and x86 architecture machines.

Note: This version of the browser has been locally patched with a small change that was not applied to the source branch for the 0.9.4 release. I felt this change (and resulting fix of a bug) was very important to have in the browser. You can view the details of the bug that this patch fixes here:
http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=86474 and judge for yourself.

Version 0.9.3
The 0.9.3 version of the Mozilla browser, as well as a detailed README file that discusses how it was built. No additional libraries need to be installed to run this version of the browser. A compiled form of the browser is available for both the sparc and x86 architecture machines.

Version 0.9.2
The 0.9.2 version of the Mozilla browser, as well as a detailed README file that discusses how it was built. The system requirements are actually less than those of the previous several snapshots -- no additional libraries need to be installed to run this version of the browser. A compiled form of the browser is available for both the sparc and x86 architecture machines.

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