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Re: Phoenix with java ..

On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 09:35:02PM +0530, deshmukh@ wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 07:03:17PM +0530, Sandip P Deshmukh wrote:
>    > 
>    > i wish so could i :)
>    > 
> You will. Since I got it working here, you too must be able to do the
> same :-) Maybe, a couple of more mails.

thanks. actually, i am trying to locate phoenix and java .deb files for
my r3.0 woody stable distribution. could not.

what lines do i need to add in my /etc/apt/sources.list?

>    > i currently have only phoenix and i am happy with it. its a pity if i
>    > have to change the browser for java :(
>    > 
> Sure. I like galeon, but have other browsers lying around, just to check
> certain things. I have noticed some sites are rendered better in
> konqueror, some in galeon, etc. Generally, the appearance indicates that
> something is wrong. I would advice you to install galeon, if space is
> not a premium.

sure space is not a premium. i will install galeon in the meantime

> My experience with phoenix is not good. I visit mail.yahoo.co.in ->
> login -> inbox -> delete. It just says, multiple connection limit
> reached, blah, blah. Galeon, etc. do not have this issue. YMMV.

well, i use it only for viewing some sites. i see that several sites use
java for tickers, etc. so i need a lightweight browser with java
support. phoenix fits the bill, hence phoenix.

sandip p deshmukh

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