[CLUG] Web pages with Linux
rkirby at iol.ie
Wed Jan 26 15:23:36 GMT 2000
Well, on one part you have answerd your own questionm. The most common
browser on linux is Netscape. The only difference between it and the PC
version is that ours tends to be a little more nervous about Java.
What type of files and programmes do you want on this CD? i.e. games,
networking tools? There is already a lot out there. See the Applications
CD that comes with Red Hat Version 6.0
Hope this helps,
On Tue, 25 Jan 2000, Gordon Murray wrote:
> I am new to the world of Linux and I was wondering if pages that IE5 and Navigator use are viewalbe properly to the users of Linux and UNIX? Is it possible to get a browser for a PC that will view the pages online as a LINUX/UNIX viewer would? I have my own site and I'd like to know if it works will with UNIX.
> Could someone here visit it at http://welcome.to/helpernet and tell me how it looks?
> Also, I'm looking to put together a CD of files and programmes that would be usable on a LINUX OS, can anyone help me here?
> gram at oceanfree.net
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