A Command Line Web Browsing with Lynx and Links Tools

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5 Responses

  1. Rui says:

    I think that `links` do not accept SSL self signed certificates

  2. junghan says:

    Thank you. It helps a lot.
    It’s a basic Web Browser!

  3. roothacker says:

    forgive me i am just a newbie, i want to install links or lynx on my mint linux, when i run apt-get install links or apt-get install lynx, i get a archive.ubuntu.com not found error, run apt-get with –fix-missing or update, when i do this i still get the error. any help will be greatly appriciated.

    • Tiffany says:

      You have to run this command first: apt-get update && apt-get upgrade

      Then you can use the command: apt-get install lynx

      Hope this helps.

  4. Snowmean says:

    Don’t know what about lynx but links2 can easily run into X with simple -g key. Very useful where it’s appropriate. Without that key it may be used like a common text-based web-browser like links.

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