Links is a family of text-mode web browsers. There are several projects based on Links. Links itself can display images, and Elinks includes a Javascript engine. If your question is about hyperlinks, hard links or symbolic link or dynamic linking, use appropriate the tag instead ([url], ...

learn more… | top users | synonyms

0
votes
1answer
169 views

cannot work out red5 link in linux to input rtmp for player

I have red5 server working on Centos 6 thanks to answers in this forum but now I am stuck trying to get linking correct for viewing through player with component requiring RTMP link. I created my own ...
0
votes
1answer
501 views

Why won't OpenCL link with gcc after installing the fglrx driver and amd app sdk?

I have installed the fglrx driver on my machine following this tutorial: http://wiki.cchtml.com/index.php/Fedora_18_Installation_Guide, installed the opencl-headers package, and finally installed the ...
2
votes
1answer
461 views

How to select a line of text in the archaic terminal browser - Links

I poured over this http://links.twibright.com/user_en.html#subsubch-html_options But so far does not seem like there is an key to select a line in the browser running in text mode. I would like to ...
-1
votes
2answers
91 views

Creating links to websites

I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 and I would to create a folder with all of my shortcuts. Is it possible to create icons (like usual links to files in my harddisk) that automatically launch my browser and open ...
11
votes
1answer
474 views

command line friendly search engine, for use with Links

Are there any search engines that are friendly enough to be used in Links? Perhaps a google proxy that has no clutter, I find that Google takes a lot of navigating through the mass of links before ...
2
votes
1answer
367 views

Activating colors in links2 (text mode)

I can't seem to see colors in links2 (text mode), even after playing with my TERM settings. The links2 manpage and README.Debian don't specifically address this issue. Also, command-line options like ...
3
votes
1answer
346 views

Actively developed text browser

I am looking for "the modern" lynx/links/elinks fork or equivalent that's actively maintained and can be considered the most advanced of the genre, please. I have looked at this already: ...