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Mozilla Optimization Mini-HOWTO

Mozilla Optimization Mini-HOWTO

Salvador J. Peralta

January 2003

Revision History
Revision 1.02003-01-03Revised by: SJP
Initial release, reviewed by LDP

This document discusses how to make configuration and source level customizations of Mozilla to make it more suitable as a primary browser for Linux and X Windows. It is not intended as a guide for programming Mozilla, nor is it a guide to XUL.

The techniques described in this document have been implemented and tested in a kiosk-like public computing environment using thin client workstations running on Redhat Linux, utilizing XFree86.