> I still testing midori from ports, no binary of any browser, only
> netsurf but it is so limited edition and it is from October 2017 ...
As you are told in your first E - Mail, you are very new to OpenBSD.
No problem. If you read my answer again, you will see, that I point
you in my answer at the P. S. to a link. You should follow the link
and, read the site ... also the FAQ. If you check the mailing list
archive, you will see, that ppc@ is a very low traffic list. So, it
helps you and saves your time to read the project website - people
wrote it to help people.
Check http://openports.se/www to see available ports (which are
packages) and, compare it with the index.txt from my last E - Mail -
there are packages of browsers. For example lynx, links+, qutebrowser
and so on. Depends what you are looking for.
Yes, packages from -release are from October 2017 as -release was
published at October 2017. You could also try -current but, keep in
mind that between a -current base system and the ports is a delay of
round 17 days (build needs so long). Means in short, if you try a
-current from today, the existing packages could work but must not. As
-current is the developer version, build packages from ports is the
No problem - it wasn't meaned bad. The difference to Linux is, that
OpenBSD has a extreme good documentation. And, many questions are
already answered after reading the FAQ's / manual pages and so on.
Which saves you much time.
> Hi! Thanks for your patience !! I will take more time an read more
> carefully !! In really enjoying a lot using openbsd , it is so
> different in a lot of aspect from gnu/linux from I come.