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Operating Systems Solaris my netscap browser automatically closed
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Old 02-06-2008
PHP my netscap browser automatically closed

Hi, i have just installed Sun Solaris 8 on the sun sparc server but when i run the browers and write a site to open it my browers automatically closed and when i run the browers window again it again automatically closed again.

can any body help me to resolve this issue
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Old 02-06-2008
how do you start the browser? there is an old netscape in solaris 8... maybe install a newer firefox browser?
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