go easy, step lightly.. stay free
Yeah. I'm using Xubuntu, and that's what drew me to this browser in the first place when looking for a lighter alternative to Firefox (which this old computer can barely handle). I have to say that I love it. It's bound to become my favorite once this problem is sorted out.
Shame about the flash, though. I built WebKit from the nightly and the problem persists. Guess I'll stick to gecko for now...
Nice, but Arora feels more polished.
NetBSD 64-bit + Xfce
ArchLinux 64-bit + JWM
I have tried Midori in the past although i love its speed and simplicity. it was very unstable and crashed must of the time. i wish the stability problem was fixed as it would be the perfect browser for my compaq mini netbook
@bigbrovar : You should really give it a try now, version 0.1.5 with Webkit 1.1.3 is quite stable, of course it's still at an alpha/beta stage but it's really usable.
That's what i'm using on my Aspire One
INCREDIBLE improvement from the gecko versions. It's gone from being the heaviest feed reader (yet used grudgingly because it's the most functional) to the lightest and smoothest of the lot!
It even works with notify-osd now. (No actions for notification popups unless there should be).