Re: nautilus newbie question

Hi Paul,

You are right! Nautilus is not a web-browser, and should probably never
become one. Nautilus is a file-manager, and a good one at that IMHO.

If you are looking for web-browser I recommend using Galeon, which is
based on the Gecko rendering-engine. Gecko is developed and used by the
Mozilla project.

Hope this helps,


On Thu, 2003-01-23 at 11:02, Paul O'Donnell wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am new to the list and new to Linux. I am very confused about
> Nautilus. I am trying to use Nautilus as a web browser, but it doesn't
> look like a web browser to me. It looks like a file manager. In the Red
> Hat "Getting Started Guide" there is a screen shot, but this Nautilus
> does not look anything like mine. There is no "Browse Web" button as the
> guide says there is. Does Nautilus have to be invoked with a command
> line parameter to make it a web browser? 
> Any help is appreciated. 
> Thanks,
> Paul
Aschwin van der Woude <aschwin van der woude creanor com>
Creanor Oy

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