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On Wed, 25 Aug 1999, Ryan Chouinard wrote:
> I run Window Maker, and I always have. My dad (who alo uses this
> machine) uses KDE, due to it's simplicity and "user friendly"
> interface. Even he has no problems. I was just wondering what other
> people thought of the Netscape problem. I am unaware of any other
> great browser for Linux, although I don't doubt thier existance. I
> also never used Linux on anything less than a K6/233 with 64 megs of
> ram and an S3 ViRGE/DX video card. I believe you may have struck it
> with the resource problem. I can't speak (or, in this case type) for
> anyone else, but I would like some input from other users and thier
> experience with Netscape on Linux.
K6/300, 64 megs ram, S3 ViRGE/DX with 4 meg ram (X at 1024x768 16bpp), and
i do have the Netscape bus fault problem.
i've heard vague rumors that it's some interaction between Netscape and
the libc6-based X libraries and the egcs compilers used to compile them
all... (which could explain why the libc5 version of Netscape doesn't show
finger for PGP public key.
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- Re: Netscape
- From: Ryan Chouinard <SystemOveride@fnmail.com>