emacx as a browser?

Christopher Chaltain chaltain at gmail.com
Sun Jun 30 19:29:56 UTC 2013

There's a W3 mode for Emacs which is a browser written entirely in Emacs 
LISP. It's mostly unsupported though, so it only works with pretty basic 

There are also other Emacs modes which help you interface with other 
browsers, such as W3M, but I don't have experience with them myself. 
Maybe others do though.
On 06/30/2013 01:35 PM, Karen Lewellen wrote:
> Hi folks,
> let me ask these two questions very very carefully.
> The organization with whom I produce of my radio projects just got a
> donated hosting package from dreamhost.
> www.dreamhost.com
> Actually the stuff it  includes is rather allot.
> One element is a shell structure that uses the totally text based shell
> of debian.
> I mean totally c text based too.
> my questions are two.
> first,
> one of the packages they say can be used as a text based browser is emacs.
> My support person  says there are web modules that allow for this.  He
> is getting educated vast as to access though, so I wanted to ask here if
> anyone has used emacs for browsing?
> The second question comes from them.
> is there a command line set of keystrokes that will produce a list of
> all the packages that may be available on their shell?
> Yes it is going to be allot, but apparently there is no category listing.
> Since they really have chosen only purely text based tools, they want me
> to have that list.
> for example links is there, but e-links is not.
> Can someone give me a keystroke for them?
> Thanks in advance,
> Karen
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