Difference between revisions of "Web browsers"

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the ARMv7 column has been updated on 2019-07-15 with the Nokia N900 as test device. Falkon might work on devices with more memory.
 
the ARMv7 column has been updated on 2019-07-15 with the Nokia N900 as test device. Falkon might work on devices with more memory.
 
  
 
== Firefox ==
 
== Firefox ==
  
 
Add the <code>MOZ_USE_XINPUT2=1</code> environment variable to make firefox handle touchscreen events properly.
 
Add the <code>MOZ_USE_XINPUT2=1</code> environment variable to make firefox handle touchscreen events properly.

Latest revision as of 00:00, 6 October 2019

Not all webbrowsers are usable on a phone without hardware keyboard, here's an overview of browsers that are packaged in Alpine Linux and thus can be used with postmarketOS

browser armv7 aarch64 x86_64 engine library notes
firefox not packaged works  ? gecko Alpine Linux has packaged only x86_64 and aarch64 versions.
chromium works works with sandbox disabled  ? blink
midori works works works webkit webkit2gtk
qutebrowser dependency error dependency error  ? blink qtwebengine keyboard controlled browser
falkon runs, but takes forever crashes  ? blink qtwebengine
epiphany works works  ? webkit webkit2gtk
luakit works crashes  ? webkit webkit2gtk keyboard controlled browser
surf works not in xwayland  ? webkit webkit2gtk keyboard controlled browser
dillo works  ?  ? dillo not HTML5, no SSL support
netsurf works  ?  ? netsurf not HTML5

the ARMv7 column has been updated on 2019-07-15 with the Nokia N900 as test device. Falkon might work on devices with more memory.

Firefox

Add the MOZ_USE_XINPUT2=1 environment variable to make firefox handle touchscreen events properly.