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.

Table of Contents
1. Copyright
2. Introduction
3. Get the Source
4. Patch the Source
5. Configure the Source
6. Compile the Source
7. Post-Install Configuration