does links the chain create a cookie file?

Karen Lewellen klewellen at
Sun May 24 01:25:15 UTC 2015

I am not using Linux directly.
here at shellworld though i use both lynx and elinks to log into google 
the links one works with a second gmail account, but not my first.
Unless there is a command line tool  to which you are referring that I 
missed in this thread by not starting at the top.

On Sat, 23 May 2015, Jude DaShiell wrote:

> To the best of my knowledge and I got direct experience on this one lately no 
> command line tool can be used to log into any google account until the modern 
> security protections are removed.  Karen may be getting prevented from 
> logging in as a result of all google accounts were set by default to have 
> modern security enabled until a user logs in and disables that security. 
> Google did this to force its favored tools to be used to connect to accounts 
> and elminate the rest.
> -- 
> On Sat, 23 May 2015, Karen Lewellen wrote:
>>  Hi all,
>>  I wish to solve a recent issue with my gmail account.  for a number of
>>  reasons I sometimes need t o log into the account with a tad more java
>>  then lynx provides, but less than say, e-links-links.
>>  In an effort to solve what might be  blocking  me I wanted to remove any
>>  cookies associated.  Perhaps this is done some other way in this browser?
>>  Thanks,
>>  Karen
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