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SubjectRe: Linux support denial in commercial products?
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Dominic Binks writes:
> > > Netscape 3.0beta has Linux support. Unlike the older stuff you'll notice
> > > they now list it on their web pages too.
> >
> > Yes, but in the unsupported section. That doesn't make us any good.
> > Take for instance that you build an Intranet server for a company. They
> > want to purchase the Linux Netscape Browser so that it doesn't expire.
>
> >From sunsite.doc.ic.ac.uk:/packages/netscape/pub/navigator/2.02/unix
> netscape-v202-export.i486-unknown-linux.tar.gz

We're talking about version 3.0. The 2.02 isn't really supported anyway.

> This version doesn't expire. It only has 40 bit security, but then

3.0 doesn't expire, too. There are no beta version anymore.

Michael

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