> Have you looked in your ~/.netscape direcotry for a file named
> 'lock'?? If it exists, quit your netscape applications and
> rm ~/.netscape/lock and then restart. Sometimes netscape
> will be improperly shut down and not remove its lockfile.
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Yes, that's what I thought at first, but it doesn't
correct the problem. I can remove the locks, kill
all the Netscape processes and it still won't start
up. It does create new process id's and locks
each time I try to start it. For example, I'm
using it now, but I had to start Netscape 5 times
before it came up on the screen. So there are 5
process IDs now showing "netscape" on them!
Thanks for the advice, though, I appreciate your
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