Re: Web surfing with Linux increasingly useless
Date: Sun, 13 Feb 2005 15:47:08 -0800
> I've just visited these two with mozilla running on my Gentoo mini-itx
> system (with flash and pdf plugins enabled) - I wish you could tell me
> what doesn't work - they looked fine to me.
Please see my responses to Bill Unruh and Bob Hauck.
>>Others that are unuseable or almost unuseable (they may seem fine on the
>>surface, but once you attempt to use more involved features, you get
> Again, no apparent difficulties - I wish you would tell me what I'm
> supposed to be having problems with.
I will explain in detail what goes wrong with these in my response to
Thanks for the input.
Christopher R. Carlen
SuSE 9.1 Linux 2.6.5
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