You shouldn't have the "Core" and "Shell" folders, unless you're specifically
making your own Netscape 7.0 for distribution on CD. As for the setup files,
the one that actually fires up the setup wizard is SETUP.EXE. I recommend
renaming this to something like N7setup.exe, and also, as the NSSetup.exe
doesn't really do anything except open up a DOS prompt window, and tries
to extract files, it will do no harm whatsoever to delete this file, and doing
so should save you just over 200Kb in each copy of your NS7 distribution.
I'd advise running the N7 CCK app again to edit your current distribution,
and when you do, leave blank the screens about creating CD-rom based
distributions. Ideally, once you're satisfied with the files in your Output
folder, you can easily pack them up into a zipfile, or a self extracting
executable file, which you can then burn on to CD-R discs,
if you have access to a CD-RW drive.
UserAgent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; m18) Gecko/20010131 Netscape6/6.01