Re: Installed netscape, but how do I start it?
James Ramsey wrote:
> You should be able to start Netscape at the command
> line by entering "netscape". If that doesn't work,
> start troubleshooting, because something wrong has
I guess something has gone wrong, because I am not logged in as root,
and when I am in xterm and type "netscape" I get the following:
Bash: netscape: command not found
I am so new to linux that I really don't know how to start
troubleshooting this problem. When I installed netscape it created the
following directory in /tmp:
It was supposed to create a directory called:
communicator-v47x.your_unix_platform according to the installation
notes. Seems like it couldn't recognize my version of linux, which is
I wonder if my version of linux is too old to work with netscape 4.75.
I think I just answered my own question! Just checked the envelope for
my Netscape CD and I see that it says under system requirements: Linux
2.2.x! So I guess I have to upgrade!
Do you have any recommendation on how I should proceed? Start fresh
with a new set of Linux CDs? I guess this is the only option because I
never got my internet access working properly with the packages that
came on the 2.1 release from Cheapbytes. This has been a frustrating
experience, but I do want to get away from Windows if I possible can!