[linux-elitists] Re: Mosaic features lost
Wed Sep 13 11:26:02 PDT 2000
begin Heather quotation:
> 1) you can still use Mosaic and see - it's a debian package. While strictly
> speaking it was open source, UC Kansas stopped hosting it ages ago, so its
> source is pretty hard to find, unless that's in the debian tree too.
Source tarball is available at
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and almost certainly never will be.
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