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Hi all, I am working on LTSP project,Now I want to give acces of the javaenable webbrowser to all the users across the WAN link, I have tried many browsers ...
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    Light Weight webbrowser for linux-Java enable


    Hi all,

    I am working on LTSP project,Now I want to give acces of the javaenable webbrowser to all the users across the WAN link,

    I have tried many browsers mozilla,opeara,dillo ,netscape ,Konqurer but the common problem is screen refresh rate in lowerbandwidht,

    can any one suggest some better browser ,Or any method to build customise browser with specifice features like java enable,

    thanks in advance for your support,
    regards,
    Ulkesh

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    You could try skipstone web browser it is very lightweight.

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    Hiya,

    When you say you've tried Mozilla, have you tried Mozilla Firefox?

    I've found it to be far faster and much more stable that the main Mozilla browser. It can be found here:
    http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/

    Shaman

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