>> Hi. I have Netscape 4.04 for both X-Windows and Windows 95. Can I get
>> them to share the cache? I assume I would have the cache in the FAT
>> partition - would this lead to serious performance degration?
>> As you can probably tell, I only installed Linux this morning ;)
>Forgot to mention:
>I have mounted the FAT filesystem under /dos
>Please make any replies easy to understand (I _AM_ just a stoopid linux
Hmm... seems like it *might* be possible. Try this (you'll probably need to
log in as root):
rm -rf /home/[username]/.netscape
ln -s /home/[username]/.netscape /dos/[netscape directory]
Where [username] is the name of the user(s) (the name you type to log in)
that you want to have shared caches with, and [netscape directory] is the
directory in your DOS drive where Netscape keeps all of its stuff.
WARNING: This could royally*your Netscape setup. You might wanna make
backups of both the Win95 and Linux versions of Netscape (unless you've got
at least an ISDN, when re-downloading the whole mess isn't much of a big
deal) and your bookmark files and stuff.
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