Re: Good linux distro and version for p166MMX and DX486
Date: Sat, 07 May 2005 16:40:24 +0100
> tenpinesok wrote:
> i'm running Debian GNU/Linux
> on a Pention150 32MB
> if you need a browser, Lynx is your friend
> who need anymore X :)
In my post to the OP I should have really said "If you want to add a
little more memory..." The only distribution I tried on my 166 system
back when it had the original 32MB RAM was Slackware, and then I was
only using the machine as a test home server - no graphical anything.
Got the extra 128MB at crucial.com, who were great for locating the
memory type I needed.
I was trying out Lynx recently, before I put on a GUI browser, and I
have to say I enjoyed using it. It's interesting to see which websites
have considered its usage when designing their site.
- Re: Official Apple II documentation?
... found on this server. ... Lynx, the text-only browser, and since I started using it in 1996, there ... the User Agent Header to anything but Lynx, ...
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... >> setup that will allow me to use a diskless machine as a simple browser. ... > lynx is a text-based WWW browser ... then run it in kde kiosk mode or create bootable cd system that is set ...
- Re: Personals Site - designer needed.
... >> 'readers' can interpret Windows based sites quite well now. ... >international w3c standards. ... >> attempted to access the site using Lynx. ... >> compliance with a 'rare' text browser would be worthwhile. ...
- Re: [UIP] Usenet Newbie Links
... medium-light blue text on medium-dark blue background drove me nuts. ... from one graphical browser to the next. ... Lynx on this Ubuntu box. ...
- Actually fairly important...was: Re: /COMP/especially for Art Sowers
... > Jailed for using a nonstandard browser ... > in the system log indicated a hack-attempt, and the police broke down ... I have actually succesfully used LYNX from my Unix shell account to do ... based transfers to other pages, or accesses on the website, on the internet). ...