Originally Posted by comet.berkeley
Two packages are required to install SeaMonkey on a 64 bit x86_64 system:
And on a 32 bit x86 system:
Actually, if you've got the large seamonkey package, then seamonkey-solibs isn't needed. The reason the -solibs package exists is that several other packages in Slackware link to those libraries, and some users weren't happy about having to install the large package when they weren't using Seamonkey. But everything in seamonkey-solibs is already in the large seamonkey package.
BTW, if we migrate to the Mozilla nss/nspr packages (as rworkman would like to do for Xfce), then there won't be any need to have the seamonkey-solibs package as we'll be linking to that instead.