command line web browser
Willem van der Walt
wvdwalt at csir.co.za
Tue Jun 4 05:15:16 UTC 2013
You might be thinking about wb being developed by Kirk and another person
from speakup fame.
It is alpha software, but intend to support all modern web things like
You can play the multi-media stuff with lynx too, just configure it
On Mon, 3 Jun 2013, Doug Smith wrote:
> I have a question. I think it might have been on here, but I am not sure. Recently I heard about a web browser that worked in a command line but had
> the same kind of multimedia functionality as the big graphical browsers like firefox.
> If there is such a web browser under development that will work in the command line environment and still have the same kinds of multimedia
> functionality that firefox or something like that would have, please let me know. If there is such a browser, how well is it developped and
> maintained, and how do I get it?
> If I can find out, I am going to get it and take the desktop environment off this machine. I hope this can be accomplished with little or no problem
> with the rest of the system.
> Most sincerely yours
> Doug Smith: Special Agent
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