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I currently only have Mozilla as my internet browser and was wondering if there was another one I could install. This is the default one that came with RH9, and sometimes it doesn't display some pages very well.
I was going to install Netscape, but now that netscape is discontinuing their lines, I do not know what other browsers there are for linux out there.
If you are looking for a new browser I would suggest checking out Mozilla/Firebird. It is very light and works really well. You can even find a version compiled with the nice anti aliased fonts, the xft version.
Thank you all for your help on this matter. I'll check out the browsers that have been suggested. I've heard about opera and firebird but have never tried them and I've actually forgotten about them
As for this:
Originally posted by acid_kewpie These assumptions are very misleading... you will also have firebird, galeon, konqueror and a number of other browsers on your cd's just waiting for you to install them....
What I meant was the default browser that was installed with my RH9. I did not know there were any other browsers on the CD since I selected the default one. But now I know.