Those buttons which launch Netscape from whereeverr can often point to
some form a script which does all sorts of unnessary shit^H^H^H^H^Hstuf.
you're probably better off to edit the "properties" of the bar/wherever
button I point it directly to wherever netscape lives or just run
/usr/local/netscape/netscape -arg & from a someform of a term (if the
binary isn't in you path)
(live LART & die in an xterm!)
Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
>> Someone posted a remedy to the CLUG list a while back for this:
> Put an entry in /etc/hosts for your news and mail servers. Things should
> start up much faster :)
>> Diarmaid O'Loughlin wrote:
> > Speaking of netscape, some times when I start it the bar at the bottom
> > says "Reading file" and then nothing happens. Only the stop button appers
> > and the hole program stops. I found if I deleted the .netscape dir that it
> > fixs the problem but that's not good enought. I cant keep any book marks.
> > I'm using 4.7 and I had the same problem with 4.6. What gives anyone?
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