On Wed, Mar 07, 2001 at 06:56:55AM -0500, Daniel Burrows wrote: > > > while true ; do crypto_in_main_argument ; done > > > > Netscape is in main. Netscape contains 128 bit SSL. Just upload the > > I thought it was only 48-bit.. (no, I don't know for sure) Nope, I can't use anything less than 128 bit encryption some places (like my bank for example) and Debian's Netscape package works fine for me. It's also in main. > > damned thing already. Or put it in non-US. Just do something. Mozilla > > M18 is all we have in the archive right now, and I wouldn't exactly call > > that very useful, given the long list of (fatal) bugs fixed since then. > > Hm..I tried 0.8, and found it to be actually less useful than M18; > among other things, it has a tendency to get "stuck" after a few minutes > and stop responding to commands to go to another page.. It's tended to do that since M14. There's a number of things that caused it then and it seems most of them are resolved by now. 0.7 added a new one for me related to PSM, but I never managed to track down the exact cause. I have enough diskspace now to rebuild Mozilla for debugging if I have problems. -- Joseph Carter <email@example.com> Free software developer <Reed> It is important to note that the primary reason the Roman Empire fail is that they had no concept of zero... thus they could not test the success or failure of their C programs.
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