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Netscape Hanging in Linux

Posted on 1997-04-01
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Whenever I use my dial in account to one of my ISP's I can get connected allright (using minicom) but when I bring up Netscape it hangs.  This is troubling me as with my other ISP I use exactly the same process and it connects and netscape works perfectly.  Can anyone help me?
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   Most probably your nameserver is not properly configured
for the non-working connection?  Netscape does not cope too
well with a failed nameserver lookup...
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