Web browsing

Dariush linuxteam at yahoo.com
Mon Sep 6 12:50:59 PDT 2004

Once you install your FreeBSD system, you can use many
browsers. i.e if you install the kde desktop, it will
come with a browser.

You can also install mozilla (netscape) and or

so browsing is not an issue but I would say that your
harddrive is pretty small. 

You may want to get a bigger drive.

 --- "James A. Coulter" <jacoulter at jacoulter.net>
> On Sun, Sep 05, 2004 at 10:27:43PM -0400, Douglas
> wrote:
> > Um, I know this is going to sound stupid, but I am
> completely dumbfounded 
> >as to how I can runa web browser in FreeBSD. I got
> so frustrated that I 
> >didn't know how to use FreeBSD and the fact that
> Elmira is a Windows city 
> >was completely agitating me, so I ended up
> uninstalling FreeBSD from my main 
> >hardrive, re-installed Windows, and I am e-mailing
> you guys for help, but 
> >don't fret, I have not left FreeBSD high and dry. I
> am going to install it 
> >onto my very old 261MB SeaGate HDD. But if I am
> going to use FreeBSD I need 
> >help getting used to it. Like, for example, how do
> I run a program, let's say 
> >Netscape for example. Please do help! I have always
> heard good reports about 
> >UNIX based OSes like FreeBSD. Thank-you.
> If you're unfamiliar with UNIX and need some
> tutorials to help you find
> your way around, Dru Lavigne's articles at
> http://www.onlamp.com/pub/ct/15
> are a great way to get to know FreeBSD and UNIX in
> general.
> It takes some time and a lot of trial and error but
> it's worth it.
> Good luck!
> Jim
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