[rescue] "New" SPARCserver 20

Joshua D. Boyd rescue at sunhelp.org
Thu Jun 21 08:04:53 CDT 2001

Last night, I let Debian update me from Mozilla 0.9.1-3 (I think the -3 is
the package revision) to Mozilla 0.9.1-4.  This upgrade, while still
theoretically the same version isn't working too well.  Maybe I just need
to reset X though...

BTW, when linux fscks a disk after a bad shutdown, does it keep a log of
what it fixes?  I got home from work yesterday and found that my
workstation had hard locked (never seen it do that before when there
wasn't anyone using it), and fsck turned up quite a number of errors, but
I didn't write the down, and they weren't specific, like I don't think
they gave the inode number.  This was before I upgraded Mozilla though, so
it probably is unrelated.

Joshua Boyd

On Thu, 21 Jun 2001, Tugrul Galatali wrote:

> On Thu, 21 Jun 2001, Tugrul Galatali wrote:
> > On Thu, 21 Jun 2001, Brian Hechinger wrote:
> > 
> > > what problem are you having?  do you have a 24-bit card in there? if so, give
> > > up on SP1 and go straight for the "old" ie5.  SP1 doesn't seem to work on 24-bit
> > > systems at all (they are working on it, or at least that's what they say)
> > > 
> > 
> > 	Yeah, its equipped with a Creator2D... where can I find a pre-SP1 copy,
> > google is comming up dry.
> 	Never mind, found it. Scary thing is that it actually works. Both IE4
> and IE5 SP1 are complete bombs, but this is wonderful. It is netscape but 
> better and faster...  I can't say anything about its stability yet, but its
> competition isn't really stiff from netscape. I'm downloading Mozilla 0.9.1
> as I type this to compare those two.
> 	Tugrul Galatali
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