Mozilla 1.0 has been released

Mozilla 1.0 has been released

Post by mjcr » Fri, 07 Jun 2002 03:43:51



For details see http://www.veryComputer.com/

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Mozilla 1.0 has been released

Post by Bo Grime » Fri, 07 Jun 2002 05:28:36



> For details see http://www.mozilla.org/

Downloaded it this afternoon.

tar zxvf moz*.tar.gz

cd mozilla-installer

su
xxxxxxxxx

./mozilla-installer
click, click, click

Poof

It's beautiful.

Installing software on Linux is just soooo hard.

Bo G

 
 
 

Mozilla 1.0 has been released

Post by mjt » Fri, 07 Jun 2002 05:38:39


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> For details see http://www.veryComputer.com/

... cool

Quote:> I run Linux, no *y RedHat, Debian, Slackware, or Corel, just Linux.

(BTW, Corel doesnt exist anymore - Xandros[.net] bought it
 and does not yet exist ... )

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Mozilla 1.0 has been released

Post by mjt » Fri, 07 Jun 2002 08:01:39


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>> For details see http://www.mozilla.org/
> Downloaded it this afternoon.

> tar zxvf moz*.tar.gz
> cd mozilla-installer
> su
> xxxxxxxxx
> ./mozilla-installer
> click, click, click
> Poof
> It's beautiful.
> Installing software on Linux is just soooo hard.

okay, so i've got 0.98 ... what's 1.0 got beyond 0.98
besides 0.02 ?!?!  :))  maybe i should read the changelog ?
or should i just get it so i can say i'm running 1.0  :)))

... ooooo, "outer limits" is on, gotta go ....

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 Michael J. Tobler: motorcyclist, surfer,  #    Black holes result
 skydiver, and author: "Inside Linux",     #   when God divides the  
 "C++ HowTo", "C++ Unleashed"              #     universe by zero

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Mozilla 1.0 has been released

Post by Bigb » Fri, 07 Jun 2002 10:52:28



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>>> For details see http://www.mozilla.org/
>> Downloaded it this afternoon.

>> tar zxvf moz*.tar.gz
>> cd mozilla-installer
>> su
>> xxxxxxxxx
>> ./mozilla-installer
>> click, click, click
>> Poof
>> It's beautiful.
>> Installing software on Linux is just soooo hard.

> okay, so i've got 0.98 ... what's 1.0 got beyond 0.98
> besides 0.02 ?!?!  :))  maybe i should read the changelog ?
> or should i just get it so i can say i'm running 1.0  :)))

> ... ooooo, "outer limits" is on, gotta go ....

> - --
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>  Michael J. Tobler: motorcyclist, surfer,  #    Black holes result
>  skydiver, and author: "Inside Linux",     #   when God divides the
>  "C++ HowTo", "C++ Unleashed"              #     universe by zero

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I believe that it had some major speed improvements since 0.98.  Watch out
for the bookmarks though.  You'll have to specify "Unsorted" or you'll get
confused on why it is now sorted in 1.0.
--
Bigby

Remove Windows, then email me - take it both ways.

 
 
 

Mozilla 1.0 has been released

Post by Bob Hauc » Fri, 07 Jun 2002 18:09:55



> For details see http://www.mozilla.org/

So should I rush to upgrade from RC3?  Or can I wait a week until the
servers recover?

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Mozilla 1.0 has been released

Post by Eric W. Sarjean » Sat, 08 Jun 2002 03:30:16



> So should I rush to upgrade from RC3?  Or can I wait a week until the
> servers recover?

You can probably hold off. I didn't play with RC3 long enough, but it does
feel a tad snappier.

--

"Sitting on a cornflake waiting for the van to come."  - Beatles

 
 
 

Mozilla 1.0 has been released

Post by Eric W. Sarjean » Sat, 08 Jun 2002 03:36:18



> okay, so i've got 0.98 ... what's 1.0 got beyond 0.98
> besides 0.02 ?!?!  :))  maybe i should read the changelog ?
> or should i just get it so i can say i'm running 1.0  :)))

The tabs in the RC's have been faster, and the pipelining is a nice feature
as well.

Also, if you want to play with the themes the 1.0 has been working better
for me than any release to-date.

--

"Sitting on a cornflake waiting for the van to come."  - Beatles

 
 
 

Mozilla 1.0 has been released

Post by Johan Lindquis » Sat, 08 Jun 2002 11:49:08


Thu, 06 Jun 2002 at 18:09 GMT, peering quizzically at his shoes,


>> For details see http://www.mozilla.org/

> So should I rush to upgrade from RC3? Or can I wait a week until the
> servers recover?

Ah, the benefits of living in the "wrong" tz.. took me two minutes to
download and install yesterday morning. ;)

The benefits compared to rc3 aren't obvious tho, of course..

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Mozilla 1.0 has been released

Post by Pete Goodwi » Tue, 11 Jun 2002 09:25:59


Quote:> For details see http://www.mozilla.org/

I use Mozilla at home - it's nice, but there are still some websites
that don't recognise it properly.

Mozilla at work has a broken profile that I can't get rid of due to
various passwords I use - once I sort them out, I'll dump Netscape 7b1
and switch back to Mozilla.

--
Pete Goodwin, using Netscape 7b1 on Windows 2000.
"You did not see me, I was not here".

 
 
 

1. Printing Tiff Faxes attached to e-mail using Mozilla 1.0

Hi,

I'm using RH 7.1 on an Intel PC. I'm using Mozilla 1.0 I get faxes in
e-mails as tiff files. Saving them and then:

 > fax2ps fax.name.tif | lpr

prints them out nicely, or if I just want to view the Postscript:

 > fax2ps fax.name.tif | gv -

I would like to use the "open" attachment feature to do this
automatically. I'm familiar with opening various types of files using
particular programs. For example, if you have a Postscript attachment,
you can use gv to automatically view it. The problem is, in order to
convert from tiff to ps and then print, I need the file name. I've tried
various ways but can't seem to get hold of the filename. In Netscape,
you used to be able to specify %s for the filename (in fact you had to).
I've also tried setting up a bash script file:

fax2ps $1 | lpr

This works as a script, yet it does not work in Mozilla. (I don't get
error messages - just no output.) Yet if I use display from ImageMagick:

/usr/X11R6/bin/display

this works (it displays the fax - but printing from display is not that
good - each page has to be printed separately). Why does display work
but not my script?

Any help would be appreciated.

Rick B.

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