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 Why I get a strange error in Netscape(for Linux 2.0.30 -Slackware). I would not call it error because the Netscape does continue its work but when it comes to display large grapics it does not display them at all and I get error warnings in console from the netscape is started? How this problem can be avoided?
 
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What do the error warnings say?
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 If it is Slackware this happens for memory reasons. You definitely get some messages like "X-widget failed etc." If so there are two explanations: 1-RAM is very limited. 2-(This is my real guess) You do not have swap file at all. Increase the RAM or add swap file ...
 
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