Mozilla was the original code name for the product that came to be known as Netscape Navigator, and later, Netscape Communicator.
Mozilla.org is a group chartered to act as the virtual meeting place for the Mozilla code. That group is overseen by the Mozilla Foundation.
The Mozilla Foundation, established in July 2003, with start-up support from AOL's Netscape division, provides organizational, legal, and financial support for the Mozilla open-source software project. For more information about the creation of the Mozilla Foundation, see this.
The Mozilla Suite provides you with a variety of programs integrated into one application, including:
A standalone E-mail client is also being developed, called Thunderbird.
According to the official roadmap, plans are to replace the monolithic suite by a more modular package composed of at least the browser and E-mail client mentioned above.
Latest major release
The latest major version of the suite is Mozilla 1.7. For more information about 1.7, see the:
Importing and Exporting Bookmarks
Go to Bookmarks | Manage Bookmarks | Tools | Import or Export (as the case may be) | Then save (or import) the .html file with the name you want to a directory of your choosing. You can do a similar process using IE if you want to import you IE "favorites" into Mozilla. IE does it differently though, you go to File | Import/Export, then basically do the same as above.
- Sun Java - you most probably want Java2 Standard Edition 
- Electrical Fire - This is a project linked with mozilla to develop a fast and portAble JVM.
These instructions apply to sun's J2SE though may apply for other JVM.
Assuming you have a JVM installed you must find the path to the plugin directory most likely:
Here there should be a file called libjavaplugin-oji.so you need to place a link to this file in Mozilla's plugin directory.
ln -s /usr/lib/java/jre/plugin/i386/ns610-gcc32/libjavaplugin-oji.so /home/username/.mozilla/plugins/libjavaplugin-oji.so
ln -s /usr/lib/java/jre/plugin/i386/ns610-gcc32/libjavaplugin-oji.so /usr/local/mozilla/plugins/libjavaplugin-oji.so
Now restart mozilla and try out a java applet: 
Java webstart enables java applications to be run over a network or the internet. To enable Mozilla to handle these files (presuming J2SE-1.4.2 installed):
Edit|Preferences|Navigator|Helper Applications Click New Type and enter details: MIME Type - application/x-java-jnlp-file Description - Java webstart Open it with - /usr/lib/j2sdk1.4.2_01/jre/javaws/javaws
Now you can try a webstart application, I recommend: sodaconstructor