RISC OS Browser Port: Part IIBy Chris Williams. Published: 3rd Sep 2002, 16:44:44 | Permalink | Printable
Riding the X11 waves, chocky.org hints at Konqueror portdrobe.co.uk was today officially brought up to speed by Peter Naulls on his latest porting efforts. We've in the past followed Peter's Unix Porting Project and his recent interest in porting a web browser to RISC OS and so now our intrepid cross compiling developer has taken the next step and clarified his plan to port Konqueror or possibly another open source browser to RISC OS.
What about the money?
As the browser port is under the Unix Porting Project banner, the final binaries will be available for free, just like Peter's other ports. However, you will have to pay for support which Peter's website describes in more detail.
You can read about Peter's activities for yourself from the link below.
The RISC OS Browser Issue aka How Peter Naulls Is Going To Port Us A Browser
The Konqueror web browser
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