Monthly Archives: July 2019

Checksums were fixed… but… where are the binaries?

Hi All, There seems to be a mistake.  I have generated… well, not *I* per se, but the automation (*lol…  yeah.. *right*) or semi-automation seemed to have sent some of the tarballs/binaries elsewhere (or ignored them…).  This will be fixed. … Continue reading

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Checksums ‘fixed’.

Dear All, The checksums have been updated. Sorry for the fubariness.   I had tested the script on one file and it worked, so I ran it for the rest of the binaries.  The flaw in that idea is that just … Continue reading

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Hi Everyone, It’s been a hell of a long time since an update.  So… here’s the long awaited update. I’ve been swamped at work and stumbling over everything related to SeaMonkey.  My apologies. Thankfully, both Ian and Frg have taken … Continue reading

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