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I just installed Redhat's 5.2 Linux for Sparc
on my Sun SparcStation 5 and I need a web browser (other than lynx).

Does anyone know where I can download one to install?

Thanks.
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Try ftp.netscape.com

  pub/communicator/4.5/unix/english/supported/

I don't know the file name...

You'll see linux listed as libc5 under supported and glibc in unsupported.

          --Talwyn
 
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I'll give it a try tonight and let you know.
Thanks.
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It worked.  Thanks.
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