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Does anyone know the default path to find the exe of netscape on a 2.6 machine? I now you can do a find but I am not at the machine and the user is not the best, I am trying to do this without a machine. Thanks
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/usr/dt/bin/netscape is where it is at on my 2.6 box. If it was installed after the OS it is probably in /opt/netscape
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