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That particular set of colors is for the "old" style. Lynx is built to support one of these: a "new" style of color with colors assigned to HTML tag types or an "old" style" with colors assigned to links The "new" style is configured with the COLOR_STYLE setting in lynx.cfg: Also known as "lss" (lynx style-sheet), the color-style file assigns color ...


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Many routers return pages that lynx and other terminal-based browsers can't handle. You could write a web-scraping script to do it. Expanding on this web-scraping howto, but without going into as much detail as the cURL guide to HTTP scripting, my approach is as follows: 1 - Record what a (supported) browser does You can use a packet capture tool like ...


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Unfortunately many routers these days require javascript, which lynx does not support. But as an alternate method you should be able to use tunnels on ssh, and use a real browser to get to it. For instance, if you tunnel port 8888 to port 80 on the IP of your router ( example, say 192.168.1.1:80 ). After establishing your ssh connection, on your local ...


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Actually two questions: First, when you have a page filled with links, lynx does provide ways to move around. For instance, if you have a table with a link in each cell, you can move left/right using tab and back-tab (control-tab on many terminals), or left/right cursor-keys. Similarly, you can move up/down using the up/down cursor-keys. If you're ...



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