Re: What happend to Netscape?
remove the plugger package. worked for me.
On 27-Jan-2000 paul wrote:
> On Wed, 26 Jan 2000, George Bonser wrote:
>> On Wed, 26 Jan 2000, Christian Dysthe wrote:
>> > Lately I feel Netscape has gone back to having the problems I felt was
>> > solved in 4.7: Memory leaks, crashing and slooooow rendering.
>> Something changed in debian someplace that has tickled a problem with
>> netscape. I suddenly am finding my system thrashing to swap and processes
>> are dying off for lack of RAM when it is running. It seems so far to be a
>> problem when I leave the browser parked on a page that has a java applet
>> running but I am not yet convinced of that.
> I made a similar post two days ago, and was told:
> 1) Netscape is still a piece of poop.
> 2) Libc5 version works a little better than libc6.
> 3) Netscape 3.x does not have the problems associated with Netscape 4.x. Use
> Netscape 3.x whenever you do not need the added functionality of Netscape
> Also I would like to add that we should do whatever we can to support and
> with projects such as amaya in order to free ourselves from the Netscape
> problems and the Netscape/aol/Time-warner corporate monster.
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