Could you give enlarge on the recipe. I went to the URL you quoted and did a search on "black cat", which of course worked. What does the 'files_file parameter' imply?
Mozilla displays properly if the number of files to be searched is around 10-15 but there is a parameter called files_file which can be included in the paramex.html file. (For Eg: <param name="files_file" value="files2search.txt"> where files2search.txt can contain names of all the files, I have around 150. files2search.txt /search/file1.html /search/file2.html /path/file3.html ... When I look for a common word/phrase that can be found in 30 + files, Mozilla just crashes without giving any warning on Solaris 9, JRE 1.4.2
I tried installing Mozilla 1.6 and that does not crash. 1.6 seems to work fine in Solaris, Gnome environment.
I'm sorry, I was not complete in the previous reply, Mozilla 1.4 still crashes but Mozilla 1.6 is fine.
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