Mr. Know-It-All has the answers to even the really tough questions.
I downloaded the free version of Mozilla from
It installed OK, but won't run. It claims it can't find a DLL. Why me?
You are not alone. The install kit is missing the DLL MOZRMI36.DLL. If you
don't already have it, you need to download
Mozilla v0.6 and use the copy of MOZRMI36.DLL it contains. Mike Kaply has reported that they are now working with the .9 source tree and new binaries should begin appearing soon.
How do I get my plug-ins installed into Mozilla? Do I have to reinstall the applications?
That's not needed. Just copy the OS/2 native plug-in DLL's from
and restart Mozilla. WinOS2 plug-ins do not work at this time so do not copy the reference DLL's
that Netscape created for them.
The IBM Browser includes a new version of the Innotek Flash plug-in. Where can I get it?
For now, it's only available with the IBM Browser. Innotek has not said if they will make it publicly available.
Where can I get the Java2 plug-in for Mozilla?
It's an IBM Software Choice item included in the Java 1.3 package. You need a Software Choice subscription or an eComStation UP subscription to get it.
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