Solaris7 and Netscape

Hi.!
1.After installation of Netscape browser I have lost SUN's Java browser -
how can I use it again.?
2.Starting Netscape gives me an error
"Xlib: can't access 0:0: display this user has no rights" - after doing
xhost + "host_name" netscape starts.
- how to fix it , what file to edit to
make it permanent.?
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chintuCommented:
COnfigure your browser through CDE if you are using CDE.

This will ensure you have correct X permissions
on your applications. (netscape in this case)


Java browser is not gone.. it should still be there
/usr/dt/bin/hotjava

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ahoffmannCommented:
> Xlib: can't access 0:0: display this user has no rights" - after doing
why do you use another user for starting netscape than for your X session? If you do so, you need xhost + or the -xauth option of your X server.
xhost + can be placed in your ~/.xsession, pleace check man X or man CDE for more details
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