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Sep 06, 2021 The most current security update is TenFourFox FPR32 Security Parity Release 4 (released on September 6, 2021 ). Read more information about the end of support. TenFourFox is supported only on Power Macs, PowerBooks and iBooks running 10.4 or 10.5. It is not supported on Intel Macs, and will not run on Apple Silicon. Read the Release Notes for. TenFourFox for G4 7450 processors. TenFourFox for G5 processors. If you feel unsure what type of PowerPC processor your Mac has, go to the Apple menu and choose 'About this Mac' and check the processor field. On the G4 Mac open the Terminal app (in Applications - Utilities) and type the command machine. Download the latest drivers, firmware, and software for your HP EliteBook 840 G5 Notebook PC.This is HP’s official website that will help automatically detect and download the correct drivers free of cost for your HP Computing and Printing products for Windows and Mac operating system.

TenFourFox is an essential web browser for any Mac OS X user that is still using a PowerPC machine. It’s a fork of Mozilla that is practically identical to Firefox 4, the only difference is that it includes support for PowerPC chips, meaning you’ll get all the CSS3 and HTML5 support that Firefox 4 comes with, and perhaps more importantly. Downloads and Guides. Use the filters to find information for your Dexcom Product. Update Selection. Dexcom G5 Mobile Quick Start Guide.

Some sites, such as the TenFourFox Start Page, can determine you are using TenFourFox no matter what you have chosen for this setting. The Adblock option controls basic adblock. If the Enable basic adblock option is checked, then the browser will block certain kinds of nuisance JavaScript, including many advertisements and ad-blocker-blockers. It would be sweet if you could configure the forms and meters that it would accept.

Gopher is a well-known information access protocol that predates theWorld Wide Web, developed at the University of Minnesota during theearly 1990s. Whatis Gopher? (Gopher-hosted, via the Public Proxy)
  1. Of course, someone could come along and pick up on TenFourFox code and decide to tweak and add new features on their own. I’d be fully supportive of such an endeavor. Maybe PowerPC users could think about collectively pooling resources to hire 2-3 programmers to update javascript, add features, and optimize the browser. Possibilities remain.
  2. Congratulations on such a long and successful run for TenFourFox. It’s a great project and losing TenFourFox will certainly spell the end of 10.4 daily driving and the many G4 machines which cannot be upgraded further. To me it is a testament to TenFourFox’s capability.

This proxy is for Gopher resources only -- using it to access websiteswon't work and is logged!

As the Gopher protocol enters its second decade of existence, its supportamong many major browsers has declinedor has been expunged entirely (Microsoft Internet Explorer), if thebrowser even ever supported it at all (Opera and Safari never have).

To allow Gopherspace to continue tobe usefully accessible in the coming years, since it's still definitely aviable and useful(not to mention lightweight and efficient) informationdistribution protocol, the Public Proxy offers a standards-based, effectiveGopher<->HTTP gateway to facilitate access even when your web browser doesn't.

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Who does need this proxy?:Support for Gopherdoes not exist in Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 and later,Microsoft Edge (all versions),Google Chrome (all versions),Apple Safari (all versions),Mozilla versions 2.0 and later andall derivatives (includingFirefox 57+ (installOverbiteWX),Firefox 4 through 56, TenFourFox 4+ and SeaMonkey2.1+ (installOverbiteFF)),Opera (all versions),Vivaldi (all versions),Brave (all versions),iCab (all versions),or Netscape 5 (inclusive) to before v6.2.3.Support for Gopher is brokenin Microsoft Internet Explorer 4, 5 and 6 (a registry hack isrequired to enable Gopher in IE 6);Mozilla versions before 1.8 and all derivatives (including Netscape 6.2.3-7.x, Firefox 0.x-1.0.x,Camino < 1.0 and any Chimera);NCSA Mosaic (all versions -- tryMosaic-CK);Konqueror (all versions);OmniWeb (prior to 5.9.2);Arachne (all versions).See this document(Gopher-hosted, via the Public Proxy). Submit your testing [email protected]

Are you accessing this site with Firefox 57+?Download OverbiteWXto restore Gopher support in-browser!

Who doesn't need this proxy?: You do NOT need this proxyif you are usingany version of Lynx, Firefox 1.5 through 3.6 (or TenFourFox withOverbiteFFor Firefox 57+ withOverbiteWX),any derivative of Mozilla 1.8 through 1.9.2 (including Camino,SeaMonkey 1.1 and 2.0.x,and Netscape 9, or anySeaMonkey with OverbiteFF),Classilla 9.0 or higher,OmniWeb5.9.2 or higher,Netscape 4.8 or lower,the original webTV Internet Explorer,Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.x or lower,or HyperLink 2.5aor higher. See this document(Gopher-hosted). Submit your testing to [email protected]

If you use one of these browsers, please browse the Floodgap.com gopherdirectly. Note that some browsers arelimited to port 70. This proxy allows access on other non-maliciousport numbers, so you may still need this proxy for gopher servers hostedon unusual ports.

What does this proxy support? What does this proxy not support?:Supported features include most standard Gopher-internaltypes and representations, indexed search server support, caps properties,and both light and full proxy views. Currently unsupported featuresinclude Gopher+ and CSO. Also, this proxy does not allow HTTP requestsand will remap them into 302 redirects. You should not consider thisproxy to be anonymous, as it is not designed to be a complete filter,you may be directly connected to a remote host at any time, and serverlogs and aggregated statistics may be used to look at Gopherspace usagetrends. Also, toreduce abuse of Floodgap's seriously overloaded uplink, the connection israte limited and may be slowed if the server is busy. Run a local clientif you can.

Your usage is governedby Floodgap Terms of Service.Don't use this service unless you agree to be bound by its regulations.

General Information on Gopher

Where can I find a specific Gopher client for my platform?:TenfourfoxThe Overbite Project develops plugins andstandalone clients for many mobile and desktop operating systems andenvironments. There are also many clients available for legacy systemswhich additionally support niches such as Gopher+. Here is aselection of clientsfor multiple major platforms, including source where available,including Macintosh, various Unix and Unices, and Microsoft Windows(Gopher-hosted, via the Public Proxy).

Where do gopher wranglers hang out? Where can I find out how toput up my own server?: Usenet comp.infosystems.gopheroccasionally has discussions relevant to gopherspace. Many Gopherwranglers and gophermasters (depending on your preference) also reada mailing list maintained at other.debian.org (subscription information, Gopher-hosted, via the Public Proxy).

What standards govern Gopher?: Gopher is based on RFC 1436; arelated protocol set called Gopher+ proposes various extensions to itthat is also supported by many specialized Gopher clients (not this one).Here is a collectionof specifications (Gopher-hosted, via the Public Proxy).

Why do only some gopher sites display the path breadcrumb menu?:The Proxy supports 'caps,' short for capability lists, a file you can placeon a gopher server to tell a client about what specific capabilities it hasand how to understand its filesystem. Not every gopher server has this fileinstalled; because many older gopher servers may use alien non-POSIX paths,the Proxy makes no assumptions without it. If you want to add this supportto your server, simply copyFloodgap'scaps.txt file, modify it to taste, and place it in your gopherroot mount such that the selector caps.txt will fetch it. It maytake up to a half hour for this to be noticed, as the Proxy intentionallycaches failure to avoid hitting sites too hard.

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Sad to read today that the upcoming FPR32 release of TenFourFox, a browser built to run on older PowerPC G4 and G5 Macs, will no longer be developed.

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I run TenFourFox on both a Power Mac G4 Quicksilver 2002 and a Power Mac G5, and have enjoyed having this option of a current browser that still runs and is able to access most modern websites on these older machines. Given that TenFourFox is developed and maintained by a single developer for free, it’s really nothing but outstanding that we’ve been able to enjoy having the option of running a modern browser on these aging machines.

Dear readers,

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I was away enjoying the pristine beauty of western Maryland earlier this week when the news dropped from Cameron Kaiser that TenFourFox, the most important piece of software to keep our Power Mac G5s somewhat relevant in this modern era of complex interweb technology, is nearing the end of its active development.

First, this should be no surprise. Cameron has performed coding miracles figuring out ways to add features, squeeze better performance, and generally give us a secure and somewhat modern option for PowerPC Macs running 10.4 and 10.5 in recent years. There really are not any alternatives beyond jumping to Linux, which carries with it its own set of tradeoffs and challenges. There was always going to be an end to development for TenFourFox. It was just a matter of when and not if.

Plus, despite many PowerPC users upgrading to solid state drives, flashed graphics card, occasional CPU upgrades, and maxed out RAM, there isn’t any processing power to gain out of our aging and venerable Macs. The internet will continue to introduce new technologies and make life miserable. The modern web, even on a somewhat updated browser, will struggle on our older computers.

Cameron spells it out here:

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Writing and maintaining a browser engine is fricking hard and everything moves far too quickly for a single developer now. However, JavaScript is what probably killed TenFourFox quickest. For better or for worse, web browsers’ primary role is no longer to view documents; it is to view applications that, by sheer coincidence, sometimes resemble documents. You can make workarounds to gracefully degrade where we have missing HTML or DOM features, but JavaScript is pretty much run or don’t, and more and more sites just plain collapse if any portion of it doesn’t.

I had the privilege of meeting Cameron back at vintage computer conference near Sunnyvale, CA several years back. It was awesome to thank him personally and find out how many other vintage projects he has going on. He’s a brilliant and kind guy, and we owe him our immense gratitude.

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Of course, someone could come along and pick up on TenFourFox code and decide to tweak and add new features on their own. I’d be fully supportive of such an endeavor. Maybe PowerPC users could think about collectively pooling resources to hire 2-3 programmers to update javascript, add features, and optimize the browser. Possibilities remain.

In the meanwhile, does this mean our G5s are useless? Of course not! You can still do so many things on the modern web via your G5 – like chatting on IRC, sharing files, serving webpages, programming your dream projects, and browsing into the foreseeable future (but hopefully not accessing anything that needs to be sensitive/secure).

But it is ultimately another reminder that our Macs are getting older and older, and as Apple transitions full bore to Apple Silicon, we are not just one distant architecture behind but two. Yikes. Time flies. Enjoy your vintage Macs anyway.

— Nathan