Recently installed antiX linux on my old Sony Vaio Picturebook PCG-C1MZX laptop (32-bit TM5800 933MHz, 384MB RAM).
Overall, works great.
However, in order to use internet while I am at my work place, I have to use the guest network there. It uses a captive portal page, that you need to have browser open the page and then you have to click on the button on that page to agree to terms and condition of usage.
I tried using Dillo and elinks that came with antiX install, but they won't go the login page.
Tried Firefox ESR that came with antiX install, but it won't open.
Someone on antiX forum suggested that I try Pale Moon.
I tried installing it using 'package installer' program on antiX. It gave me option to install the 32-bit, non-SSE2 version.
Installer message said it installed it.
However, when I look for Pale Moon in list of available 'Internet' programs, it is not listed. I logged out and back in.....
Tried opening it in terminal, but I get message:
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$ palemoon bash: palemoon: command not found
Did Pale Moon not really install itself or ?
Appreciate any help!