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  2. Hello RoyTam1! "check your system time": My system time is good, exact. Without spoofing user agent (by uMatrix and IPFlood), my real time zone is OK (looked with WHOER extended link: https://whoer.net/#extended ). But with Zenmate extension - version 5.9.0 (so NOT webextension) enabled, have this "Insecure Connection" page (with yellow triangle with exclamation sign) on every website I would have attempted: "Your connection is not secure The owner of www. ... .com has configured their website improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Serpent has not connected to this website. This site uses HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) to specify that Serpent may only connect to it securely. As a result, it is not possible to add an exception for this certificate." If I click Advanced button: "Peer’s Certificate has expired." So I disable Zenmate (or another proxy extension, Browsec), restart the page and website is displayed. Maybe I made a bad change in about:config? I don't think so. Disabled Bitdefender TrafficLight - no change. KProxy extension doesn't connect to KProxy servers ... KProxy is waiting for your network proxy credentials ...(Connection Error). KProxy App not installed hmm, removed it quickly. I think it's a certificate problem in the Firefox forks. With CENT (Chrome) browser version 1.8.9.28 (portable, all my browsers are portable), the "UltraSurf Security, Privacy & Unblock VPN" v1.5.4 extension works flawlessly, Whoer states this. Then Zenmate Web Firewall v1.0.5 enabled - but doesn't work, says Whoer with my true IP ... "try with new profile": When sorting the new profile, I'm afraid of losing my bookmarks and extensions - I've never done this... what do you think about, please
  3. roytam1 said: > then I'd keep IA32 branch intact. what else build should I build? > as it is predicted pm28/bnav build will be almost the same performance as sp52 i430VX said: > I will try to think of a good thing, I suppose there is the question, what can you build that you haven't yet? LOL! Oh that's an easy choice, I for one am in growing desperate need of an OLDER K-Meleon version which runs fine on win98se with basic KernelEx (=KM1.6/1.7), just with modern ciphers built in. For example with the engine of Fx36 (3.6) Just strongly suspect that gracious offer was meaning non-SSE-related builds ;-) Guess I even have SSE2, my prob is just that meanwhile 60-80% of all webpages are complete blocked in old browsers only due to missing ciphers. Again and again those *** ciphers! Who cares about old JS/CSS if you're not a fan of fancy social services or cloudy apps anyway, and must keep JS disabled for security and tiny RAM reasons too, but don't even get the html source of most websites today? KG74 is great as occasional life safer, but not for main use, it has a far too buggy GUI yet. Am sure those are just 'normal' bugs and could be solved rather easily some day once the reasons are figured out, just which exactly? Only know that e.g. upper/lowercase probs in the GUI cause crashing, under certain circumstances. But such fixes are not in sight at the horizon at all yet, and meanwhile just need those darn ciphers in a stable (old) KM, grmpf. Yes I know there's already a cipher-updated Fx3.6 by Roy, which runs fine. The prob is just I can't tweak FF to my needs (with highly complicated addons), only KM (with simpler macros and css, plus complicated JS more and more). KM1.6 (FF3.5): Am afraid the last sources weren't fully uploaded. The last official build was beta2, then KM went into hibernation and only the community posted important fixes and updates (until beta2.6, with last Seamonkey gecko engine). The prob is those updates are not stored in the SF-repo, nobody had access. But recently learned that after beta2 Dorian did actually create yet more fixes, which he hopefully uploaded too (are also used in the community builds), he just didn't get around to publish a completely package anymore: http://kmeleonbrowser.org/forum/read.php?1,122806 at bottom Additionally my hope is that even when a new build were based on an older repo version, it may be possible to just copy over some single files from the last community build. KM1.7 (FF3.6) was only available as very buggy alpha version. Especially macrolanguage badly broken, no injectJS at all, let alone JS returning anything, so could never use this either. A few people actually posted they were using it as main browser and it was running stable for them. But those were browsing with JS enabled and didn't use many macros. Some compiling hints were posted here http://kmeleonbrowser.org/forum/read.php?2,117161 looking4awayout said: > Interesting to see a K-Meleon based FF45 ESR SSE... I like the simple UI of K-Meleon > and porting it to FF45 would definitely reduce the strain on the CPU. Cool, am definitely not used to someone actually liking that "simple UI" :D Usually the prob is rather that this simplicity causes lots of "missing" functions, although many still do exist and work in the engine itself, just never made it into the GUI too for lack of dev time ;-)
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  5. Interesting to see a K-Meleon based FF45 ESR SSE... I like the simple UI of K-Meleon and porting it to FF45 would definitely reduce the strain on the CPU. Australis sucks.
  6. A modern Opera Presto browser! -kidding! Kidding! I know you’re a mozilla guy... I’m not really sure, at this moment... I will try to think of a good thing, I suppose there is the question, what can you build that you haven't yet?
  7. @Bigmuscle : I also thank you for your work so far. The Windows 10 look is much nicer with Aeroglass. And I hope you will find time to start working on the new build.
  8. Yes, no uninstaller exists at this time. I believe running the installer on the administrator account has modified permissions on the folder, so thats why the installer can’t automatically upgrade. sorry for the confusion
  9. since there is no gecko45 based goanna, but tenfourfox based engine. and geckok45tff based K-Meleon is still under development in a very slow state.
  10. msfntor said: > At the same time as I was logging in to MSFN via Serpent 55, I had an open Slimjet browser > avec Zenmate enabled (but not functionning - why?), maybe there was any influence on the behavior of Serpent 55... > If Zenmate extension enabled, I've this message page on all websites: > "Your connection is not secure. ..." Click Advanced --> "Peer's certificate has expired." > After disable my proxy extension, restart the page, website's content is here, OK. > This happens to me in all browsers where I've downloaded proxy extension: > Serpent 55, Serpent 52, New Moon 28, Firefox 45. For a long time. Sorry I know hardly anything about proxies, but your problem seems completely independant from browsers. My non-expert impression: the prob is only your systemwide, independant zenmate APP, which connects to its own server directly. Obviously your version is just too old, if it contains only outdated certs/ciphers. Or perhaps it uses the very old ciphers of the system. But the used browsers don't matter, since they get the data only afterwards. After the app has already downloaded them from its own server, using a direct connection and it's own outdated ciphers. Roytam's fresh builds certainly contain modern ciphers. You could try disabling that global app and connect with a normal browser proxy directly to the zenmate server, if knowing the necessary connection data, probably different for each fake country. Zenmate offers own browser addons, but only in WebExt type. For browsers using only 'legacy' power addons, a general proxy addon should work too, if IP etc is known. K-Meleon has a proxy function already built in, configuration in F2>Network/Performance>Proxy
  11. @Sonic, there is no log. With VSS for local installations there should be no need to exclude trouble some files. Yes, if you want it on "recovery image partition" than you have to copy it yourself.
  12. The three browsers are shown on desktop of administrator account. Trying to install ontop of existing browser in restricted account with admin-right failed or i cannot find. they are visible in program(programme-folder). so it seems i must remove them. no deinstaller then?
  13. What about FF45 ESR with Goanna? Or even replacing the UI of FF45 ESR with the UI of K-Meleon? If you manage to reduce the overhead on FF45 ESR SSE it would be great. I noticed that FF45 ESR SSE, more so the latest versions, is much more slow than the 38 ESR based browsers on my computer. The UOC Patch speeds it up as it should but loading webpages takes a toll on the CPU, something I do not see on New Moon 27. NM27 starts instantly when you load it and the "search" word in the box appears immediately. I also noticed another bug. When you start the browser, as it loads the home page, it will freeze for some seconds and the "Search" word in the search box does not appear. Once the word appears the browser becomes operable. I cannot use the browser until that word appears. My computer has no viri nor malwares. Firefox Sync is disabled. This also happens if I set about:blank as home page. This does not happen on New Moon 27. I tested FF45 ESR SSE without add-ons and without the Patch and I have the same issues, even on more powerful hardware. If you can sort that out, or at least find the culprit behind this increased CPU overhead, that would be fab. Ironically, the fastest browsers in terms of CPU overhead on my RDD are New Moon 27 and K-Meleon Goanna, but unfortunately I cannot use them (especially the latter) as K-Meleon doesn't support the add-ons I use.
  14. Hey @roytam1, Serpent SSE is running wonderfully on my Athlon XP 2800+! Big thanks for the build! This machine will definitely be seeing more action
  15. how to apply wimboot through gui? do i have to copy the wim to "recovery image partition" 1st then apply? so it will create pointer files?
  16. OK thanks, it is nice to see it run on bare metal of old hardware. then I'd keep IA32 branch intact. what else build should I build? as it is predicted pm28/bnav build will be almost the same performance as sp52.
  17. Got it. I've tried to go several level down and I noticed that there are some missing APIs. The problem is that once I fixed one, several others I was ignoring of pop up. It's a dependency nightmare. I'll take a look at it again in the next coming days...
  18. Yesterday
  19. @roytam1 It looks like you have now seen your own proof it works without SSE, but here is mine anyway, just in case you want to see. The browser is a bit sluggish, as expected, due to no real GPU and an old budget processor, but it does indeed work on this MMX-only Mendocino CPU.
  20. What sites are you having difficulty with @UCyborg?
  21. check your system time, and try with new profile
  22. I'm without any proxy/VPN now ... If Zenmate extension enabled, I've this message page on all websites: "Your connection is not secure. ..." Click Advanced --> "Peer's certificate has expired." - so I'm not able to surf the web ... After disable my proxy extension, restart the page, website's content is here, OK. This happens to me in all browsers where I've downloaded proxy extension: Serpent 55, Serpent 52, New Moon 28, Firefox 45. For a long time. Can someone have an suggestion, a solution for this problem, please?...
  23. In my case, even Basilisk doesn't stomach everything I throw at it anymore.
  24. thanks for update. no problems yet using "capture wim" from local installations. is there a log of the "capture" process ? in case of failures , to know more details (at which file was the error to skip it on next backup) , or in case of sucess to check exclusions.
  25. At first sight the Excel file looks good, what you have as "team 46 using 2019 files" should be team 39. Try checking the teams one by one against the Excel, most probably there is a "slip" somewhere". But the Batters2019 file is also fine, Chone Figgins, etc. are on team 46. :unsure: jaclaz
  26. K8 has MMX, SSE, SSE2, Enhanced 3DNow!, NX bit, AMD64, and Cool'n'Quiet.
  27. I finally got back to this project. There is something wrong with the 2019 files in the zip attached earlier. I first noticed when looking at Team 47 Team 47 using 2019 files: Team 46 using 2019 files: Team 46 using 2016 files: The expected result is that the rosters for each team should remain the same between the 2016 files (generated by the game) and the 2019 files (generated by the scripts).
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