> Hv3 is not in active development. Any features anybody would want
> would more than likely have to be developed by themselves, sorry.
> After I fly home and get access to my Linux system later this weekend
> I will look into the other issue(s) you reported regarding the .kit
> distro of Hv3 on Linux
Someone pointed me to hv3 after I made some posts about BrowseX.
It seems that BrowseX is not in active development, either.
Would be nice to have a tcl/tk based web browser, though.
For one thing, it might make Plan 9 a viable alternative to linux.