Thanks for your answer.
I am actually making progress understanding the problem I am having.
When trying to open a file from within Netscape, it takes me to Google
and tries to search for the path of my file as the search subject ....
However, if I browse to the file using the GUI file manager and right-click
on it "Open with Netscape" then it works. This would therefore appear to
be a Netscape quirk ? (feature? :)
Is there not a way to defeat this?
> >This sounds pretty good. Only problem is I have never set up a DNS
> >Any good reads on the topic besides the HowTo ?
> >For argument's sake, would not that DNS server complain that
> >the main server it is referencing to isn't there (on walkies)?
> For further help in setting up DNS on your system, look through
> some of the past Linux Gazette articles. The address is:
> Another possible solution is to setup either squid or wwwoffle.
> Both will cache web pages on a local hard drive. I have not
> worked with squid but I use wwwoffle both at home and at work.
> Then, I just set Netscapes home page to the wwwoffle index page
> and it comes right up.
> Frank Hahn
> Reality is a cop-out for people who can't handle *.