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    Nautilus 1.0 out
    Submitted by robster on Tuesday, March 13, 2001 – 16:50
    Although Eazel are keeping quiet about it, Nautilus 1.0 came out in binary and source form yesterday. Rumour has it that Ximian have debian packages. Expect to see the Nautilus 1.0 release in sid when the maintainer has time to package it. Hopefully this time it will work with M18-2 which is currently in sid. Congrats should go to everyone who has worked hard on its development.

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    Subject: Re: Nautilus 1.0 out
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Friday, 2001/03/16 – 23:49
    nautilus´ 1.0 README file says it won´t work with mozilla 0.7 and older.

    now, M18? is anyone who actually uses mozilla still stuck with that old version? what happened with 0.6, 0.7 and 0.8 packages?

    cheers,
    Anonymous

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    Subject: Re: Nautilus 1.0 out
    Author: psebos
    Date: Tuesday, 2001/03/13 – 23:56
    When are we going to download nautilus for woody through ximian?
    Is there another way to get it?
    Apart from compiling it….
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    Subject: Re: Nautilus 1.0 out
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Tuesday, 2001/03/13 – 19:16
    Hm… Mozilla, one of the most important and interesting Opensource Projects is two(!) Versions behind in our Unstable Distribution. Am I the only one who thinks that is a shame? 🙁
    Especially cause there are at least Mozilla 0.7 packages floating around at Progeny and Ximian.

    Spark

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    Subject: java resurfacing again?
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Tuesday, 2001/03/13 – 20:27
    there’s bound to be a good reason, and since its Debian it’ll involve politics.

    Mozilla needs a JVM just like Open Office (also absent). just my 2p.

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    Subject: Re: java resurfacing again?
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Wednesday, 2001/03/14 – 21:52
    It’s politics alright. However not regarding the use of Java, but the use of cryptographic code.
    That code is now too intertwined to be easily removed from the Mozilla source and in order to ship it with the code it requires the blessing of the legal department; at least that was what I read on the latest Debian Kernel Cousin (at kt.zork.net)
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    Subject: Re: java resurfacing again?
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Tuesday, 2001/03/13 – 21:20
    You don’t need a JVM to run Mozilla, you only need the JVM to be able to view java applets

    Uriel

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    Subject: Re: Nautilus 1.0 out
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Tuesday, 2001/03/13 – 19:22
    I completly agree with you; although the’re unofficial packages floating of mozilla 0.8 at:

    http://people.debian.org/~kitame/gnome/

    bwolf

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    Subject: Re: Nautilus 1.0 out
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Tuesday, 2001/03/13 – 21:32
    Thx. 🙂 Those unofficial packages should be easier to find IMHO. 🙂

    Spark

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    Subject: Mozilla packaging
    Author: ilmari
    Date: Tuesday, 2001/03/13 – 18:00
    Ximian has packages of mozilla 0.7 in their gnome 1.4beta1 distribution, how hard can it be to adapt those control files to 0.8 and package it for sid? It’s split up into mozilla, mozilla-browser, mozilla-mailnews, mozilla-chatzilla, mozilla-psm, mozilla-xmlterm and libnspr4.
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    Subject: Re: Mozilla packaging
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Wednesday, 2001/03/14 – 04:55
    –NEWBIE ALERT —

    What is SID ?

    Thanks

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    Subject: Re: Mozilla packaging
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Wednesday, 2001/03/14 – 06:08
    SID is the name for the current unstable distribution of Debian GNU/Linux
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    Subject: Mozilla .8 is @ kitame
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Tuesday, 2001/03/13 – 21:11
    Mozilla 0.8 is in a deb package at people.debian.org/~kitame I believe that the deb source is… I just installed 0.8 on woody the other night and it works great….
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    Subject: Re: Mozilla .8 is @ kitame
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Thursday, 2001/04/05 – 13:06
    But why is it not in Sid?
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    Subject: Re: Mozilla .8 is @ kitame
    Author: psebos
    Date: Tuesday, 2001/03/13 – 23:54
    Does it support all the stuff that ximian included in the dist like SSL and mail?
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    Subject: Re: Mozilla .8 is @ kitame
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Thursday, 2001/03/15 – 10:09
    Yep, it supports SSL and the mail reader is in also. Although, if remember correctly, all the stuff is in one package, not like Ximian’s mozilla-mail, mozilla-psm etc.
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