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On Wed, Oct 03, 2001 at 09:39:10PM -0500, Steven Pritchard wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 03, 2001 at 03:13:14PM -0500, Danny Sauer wrote:
> > google is neat, but I still don't know what the numbers in file-nr mean.
> Try http://www.google.com/linux next time, and put in
I keep forgetting about google's linux search...
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> > > As a side note, X has been really unstable for me recently, and netscape
> > > crashes pretty frequently (more frequently than normal for netscape).
> What the heck are you still running nutscr^Wnetscape for anyway?
> Mozilla 0.9.4 is quite nice (all of the 0.9.x series has been), and
> the KDE 2.2 Konqueror is arguably even better. (The two have very
> nice feature sets that unfortunately don't overlap enough for me to
> drop one in favor of the other. But I never run netscape anymore.)
Eh, konqueror starts up all of that krazy kde stuff that I'm not normally
running, and I haven't gotten around to downloading mozilla since I'm kinda
lazy. I've been using mozilla 0.9.4 on the windows machines, though. You're
as good as it needs to be in my happy world of web development, though, so
it's less useful to me. Soon, though...
--Danny, running netscape because sites have to work in crap legacy browsers and he needs a crap legacy browser to test stuff on, not a good standards implementing browser like mozilla or konqueror. :(
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