Installation instructions for

There's an unofficial port of LibreWolf for OpenBSD. You can use the following instructions to get binary packages for the latest -stable OpenBSD/amd64 release. Packages are not available for -current or past -stable OpenBSD releases.

1. Download the signing key:

$ curl -O
$ doas mv /etc/signify/

You can also verify content of the key, it should contain these lines only:

untrusted comment: signify public key

2. Install LibreWolf:

Temporary set PKG_PATH

The easiest way to install the package is to temporary change the PKG_PATH variable to point to the build server:

$ PKG_PATH="$(uname -r)/packages/$(uname -p)/" pkg_add librewolf

To update the package:

$ PKG_PATH="$(uname -r)/packages/$(uname -p)/" pkg_add -u librewolf

The downside of this approach is pkg_add -u won't update LibreWolf automatically, and the command will warn about not being able to find the package.

Persistently set PKG_PATH

Alternatively, you can set the PKG_PATH variable persistently. If you already use it, then just append this URL to the path (using the : separator):$(uname -r)/packages/$(uname -p)/

If you use installurl(5) (the defaults), export PKG_PATH from your .xsession or .kshrc file:

export PKG_PATH="$(cat /etc/installurl)/$(uname -r)/packages-stable/$(uname -p)/:$(cat /etc/installurl)/$(uname -r)/packages/$(uname -p)/:$(uname -r)/packages/$(uname -p)/"

Here's an example:

$ cat ~/.xsession
export PKG_PATH="$(cat /etc/installurl)/$(uname -r)/packages-stable/$(uname -p)/:$(cat /etc/installurl)/$(uname -r)/packages/
$(uname -p)/:$(uname -r)/packages/$(uname -p)/"


This way pkg_add librewolf and pkg_add -u will work as expected and will install and update LibreWolf package automatically.

3. Read LibreWolf's pkg-readme:

$ less /usr/local/share/doc/pkg-readmes/librewolf

You'll at least want to enable hardware acceleration and WebRender.

The sources and contact info of the LibreWolf OpenBSD Port can be found at