Re: installing netscape
> I've searched for "netscape" and "install netscape" in the archives and
> I'm not coming up with anything that will help me. I also looked for
> "netscape 6.0." I installed a package called "netscape-base" that I can't
> find any docs for and don't know what it does. I tried useing the install
> program for 6.0 that I got off the netscape ftp server. It craps out with
> - "error in looking for shared libraries libstdc++-lib6.1-1.so.2." I
> looked for a 4.0 version of Netscape and can't find it yet. Found
> communicator but I don't want that.
If you want Netscape 4, do "apt-get install navigator". The navigator package
is a meta package that depends on all the real netscape packages.
> Has anyone installed 6.0 on Potato yet? If so how? Could someone give me
> pointers on how to install a 4.0 version and where to find them?
This is just my opinion, bit you should install Mozilla instead of Netscape 6.
The mozilla packages were added to potato recently. Do "apt-get install
mozilla". You can also try the nightly builds - just download the tarball,
untar it to some directory, and run it from there. Generally, the nightlies
are better than the latest milestone release, and should be better than