Subject: Re: Netscape: BSDi vs Linux
To: Michael Richardson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Rick Byers <email@example.com>
Date: 11/19/1996 20:31:46
I've got NetBSD 1.2/i386, XFree 3.2 and BSDi Netscape 3.0 and Java works
fine for me. I havn't used it enough to know how reliable it is (java
wise I mean), but it loads and runs the java applet on my page no problem.
I did have to setup the nls that they warn about, but that shouldn't
affect Java (just clipboard). I've got a fully loaded NetBSD and XFree
though, so I don't know if that might be part of it.
Hope this helps,
On Tue, 19 Nov 1996, Michael Richardson wrote:
> I was trying to get the BSDi Netscape v3.01 to work under NetBSD
> 1.2. It works fine, except for Java stuff which just crashes.
> The Linux Netscape works fine. I had to hit LD_LIBRARY_PATH to get
> it to work. I then had to make an /etc/nsswitch.conf. (I have a very
> minimal system!)
> I needed this because the BorderWare 4.0 administrative interface is
> web based. My 486 Win311 box can not run a java capable browser ;-(
> Has anyone had any luck with the BSDi Netscape 3.01 and Java?
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