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<P align=center><FONT color=#0000ff><FONT size=6><U><STRONG><EM>BrowserG!</EM> 
Installation for Unix</STRONG></U></FONT></FONT></P>
<P align=left><FONT ><FONT 
color=#0000ff size  =4 
<P align=left><FONT 
face=Verdana>If the download doesn't start automatically, </FONT>    
  <A href=""><FONT face=Verdana>click here</FONT> </A><FONT color=#000000 face=Verdana>       
<P align=left><FONT color=#000000 face=Verdana>It doesn't include jre1.3.0_01&nbsp;or 
<P align=left><FONT color=#0000ff><FONT 
size=4 face=Verdana><U>Install:</U></FONT></P></FONT>

<P><FONT face=Verdana>This section 
explains how to install and run webclient using the unix binary distributions. 
This install guide is targetted towards for RedHat 6.2. and Solaris 2.8, but may 
work on other systems.&nbsp; If you come across anything that is incorrect, <A 
href="">email us</A>      
share&nbsp;with the rest of the folks.</FONT>           

	      <LI><P><A href="#uninstall">Un-install</A> any existing webclient installations.

	  <LI><P>Install JRE 1.3 from <A

	  <LI><P>Set the system environment variable JDKHOME to be the
	  location where you installed the JRE, something like
  <P>In the BrowserG.bat, set <FONT face="Courier New">$JDKHOME </FONT><FONT 
  face="Times New Roman">to directory where you extracted the jdk.</FONT></P>

	  <LI><P>  Install <A 
KB) to&nbsp;/usr/browserg 

  <P>In the BrowserG.bat file, set <FONT face="Courier New">$BROWSERG_HOME <FONT 
  face="Times New Roman">to directory where you extracted <STRONG><EM><FONT 
  <P>Install Netscape 6.1, from <A
	  or Mozilla 0.9.2, from <A
	  HREF=""></A>&nbsp;under the 
  usr/browserg/external/Moz/ directory.&nbsp;&nbsp;</P>
  <LI>Run the browser installed in the previous step and configure any proxy 
  settings you may need to operate the browser. 

	  <LI><P>Using the browser from the previous step, visit the
	  xpinstall page for the webclient linux binary: <A
	  Click on the "Webclient for Linux Platforms" or "Webclient for
	  Solaris SPARC" button, which ever is appropriate for your

	  <LI><P><A NAME="LINUX_AFTER_XPI">Exit the browser.  Locate the
	  directory</A> where you installed the browser from the first
	  step.  In that directory hierarchy, find the directory that
	  contains the file  Set that directory as the value
	  of the environment variable <CODE>MOZILLA_FIVE_HOME</CODE>.


	  <LI><P>Make sure no process with the name "xpicleanup" is
	  still running after the browser exits.  </P></LI></OL><FONT face=Verdana><FONT face="Times New Roman">
<P align=left><FONT color=#0000ff><FONT face=Verdana 

	      <LI><P><FONT face=Verdana><FONT face="Times New Roman">cd to 
</FONT><CODE>$BROWSERG_HOME</CODE><FONT face="Times New Roman"> 
	      <LI><P><FONT face=Verdana><CODE><FONT face="Times New Roman">run 
</FONT>./BrowserG.bat </CODE></FONT></P>
	      <LI><P><FONT face=Verdana><CODE></CODE></FONT><FONT face="Times New Roman">You 
should now see <STRONG><FONT color=#0000ff><EM>BrowserG!</EM></FONT></STRONG> 
start up.</FONT></P>
<P><FONT face=Verdana>To install Plug-ins go out to <FONT 
color=#ff0000>new</FONT> <A 
href="setupplugins.html">How to set up plug-ins in BrowserG!</A> 
&nbsp;web page.</FONT></P></LI></OL>

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