I checked the output of 'truss' again, and found that the
I was using is old and core dumped my netscape.
The older one has: 313992 bytes. The new one has: 330956 bytes.
Judy Z. Huang
email:email@example.com Tel:(908)699-3551 Beeper:(908)633-3181
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First of all, I apologize to send a very big 'turss' output to this
list and waste your bandwide.
My original question is:
I have a Solaris2.4, sparc20, and I installed netscape2.0 offical version
whenever I try to open an URL, I get a coredump.
I got one 'me-too' from Ken Ferguson <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
netscape -ncol n
But whenever I try to open an URL, I still get a bus error and coredump.
Which means, I don't have a color related problem.
When I checked my 'truss' output, I found some errors pointed to ld.so.
Some experts on this?
Special thanks to Rachel Polanskis <email@example.com>,she
try Netscape with the following arguments:
This will give netscape its own colourmap. You will also get the dreaded
screen flash when
People are reporting that Netscape does not manage colour maps
and it dumps core when getting images.
If that works then try:
netscape -ncols n
where n is a number between 16 and 256.
It lets you set the size of the colourmap.
-- Rachel Polanskis Kingswood, Greater Western Sydney, Australia firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.zeta.org.au/~grove/grove.html
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