To: firstname.lastname@example.org From: Dave Mills <email@example.com> Subject: AD: Mozilla developers CD-R Date: Mon, 13 Apr 1998 18:44:14 -0700 The Random Factory is pleased to announce the availability of CD-R format CDROM's containing the latest 'Mozilla' source distributions (and much more). The CDROM is in ISO9660 format with Rock-Ridge extensions. Included on the CDROM are mozilla release 1 - untouched source archives for Mac, Windows, Unix mozilla release 2 - untouched source archives for Mac, Windows, Unix Qtscape - FE Source tree and pre-built executable for Linux Pre-built source trees - Linux release 1 (19980331) (gzipped and tarred), Linux release 2 (19980408) Extras : tcl8.0 - archive + unpacked and built tree for Linux zip archive for Windows (tcl is a multiplatform scripting language) tk8.0 - archive + unpacked and built tree for Linux zip archive for Windows (tk is a multiplatform GUI toolkit) python-1.5 - archive + unpacked and built tree for Linux zip archives for Windows (python is a multiplatform OO language) lesstif-0.83 - archive + unpacked and built tree for Linux (lesstif is a free Motif clone) vnc - source + Linux, Java, and Windows clients (vnc is a platform indepedent client/server package for displaying X-windows and Win/NT desktops on other machines over the network). By including these packages we hope to stimulate efforts to integrate their capabilities into Mozilla so that extensions can be written in these languages (tcl/tk, python), and so that Mozilla can be used as a front-end to control other systems over the network (vnc). If you have any suggestions for other useful packages please email us details (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will try to include them (Please supply the location of an ftp site where the package can be found). The pre-built source trees are completely unpacked so that you can browse them directly on the CDROM. All generated object files and libraries have been left in place. A Linux RedHat 4.2 sytem was used for the builds, and Moo-Tiff (Motif 2.0 compatible) was used to link the Linux Mozilla executables. Each CD-R is written AFTER the order is received and the contents are based on the latest code available. The current contents will always be listed on the web at http://www.dev-com.com/~rfactory/mozcdr-lslr.gz We verify that each CDROM can be read on a different drive/machine from the one used to write it. In the unlikely event that you get a dud, send it back and we will replace it. Only quality CD-R's are used, and each is shipped in its jewel case, inside a bubble-wrap shipping envelope. Price - $25 incl shipping and handling (contiguous united states) - $30 incl shipping and handling (overseas) Payment by US dollar cheque or International money order. Make cheques payable to "The Random Factory". No credit cards (sorry), but you can pay by 'First Virtual' if you send us your First Virtual ID (http://www.fv.com/). Order by email (First Virtual customers only), or by post to Mozilla CDR The Random Factory P.O. Box 44070 Tucson AZ 85733-4070 USA Phone +1 (520) 822 5221 FAX +1 (520) 822 5223 email email@example.com URL http://www.dev-com.com/~rfactory/mozilla.html http://www.dev-com.com/~rfactory/lfa.html (our main project) http://www.dev-com.com/~rfactory/be.html http://www.dev-com.com/~rfactory/webcatcher.html First Virtual is a trademark of First Virtual Inc. Linux is a trademark of Linus Torvalds Mac is a trademark of Apple Computer Inc. Motif is a trademark of the Open Software Foundation Moo-Tiff is a trademark of InfoMagic Inc. Redhat is a trademark of Redhat Software Inc. Unix is a trademark of X/Open Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corp. Other product and brand names are trademarks of their respective owners.