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netscape-Atlas-b3-1 released



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Date: 12 May 96 17:29 UT
Format: 1.4
Distribution: Development
Priority: Low
Maintainer: Brian White <bcwhite@pobox.com>
Source: netscape
Binary: netscape
Architecture: i386 source
Version: Atlas-b3-1
Description: 
 netscape: Popular World-Wide-Web browser software
 -  Netscape (pronounced "Mozilla") is a graphical World-Wide-Web browser
 -  with many features.  It supports advanced features of HTML and new
 -  technologies such as "Java" from Sun Microsystems.
 -  .
 -  Netscape Communications Corporation does not allow redistribution of
 -  their software.  Therefore, this package requires the user to fetch
 -  the netscape archive seperately and place it in the directory pointed
 -  to by the TMPDIR environment variable (or /tmp if TMPDIR not defined)
 -  before attempting to install this package.  You can get the
 -  linux-i486 packages via anonymous ftp from "ftp[1-9].netscape.com".
 -  .
 -  Do NOT try to install any version of Netscape other than Atlas-b3 with
 -  this package!
 -  .
 -  Netscape Communications Corporation does not support the Linux release
 -  in the slightest, even for paying customers.  It has been made available
 -  purely as a courtesy, so please do not send them questions about Linux.
 -  .
 -  This installer package has been placed in the public domain!
Changes:
 -  New release of Netscape 3.0 "Atlas" (beta-3)
Files:
 a44fb916ba0392ab1640ae2a91b34abf  3496  net  netscape-Atlas-b3-1.tar.gz
 913de37533fefdf8d0c12865e0f29001  2951  net  netscape-Atlas-b3-1.deb

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                                        Brian
                               ( bcwhite@verisim.com )

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