web surfing ... from darwin

vic

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how would i learn to surf the web in darwin without the osx gui?
 

rharder

Do not read this sign.
Yeah, links is a great text web browser and handles complex layouts much better than lynx.

-Rob
 

vic

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i dloaded links and i don't know how to start it, i tried links http://blahblah.com

but it didn't work, i tried links man /man links to no avail

i'm not sure it put the things in the right places... help.
 

slur

Geek / Hedonist
You'll want to make sure 'links' is intalled in the right place. I recommend /usr/local/bin simply because by default this is part of your default path. Any time you install a new binary you'll want to type rehash to get the shell to see it in your path. You can see your current executable path by typing env | grep PATH or set | grep path (case-sensitive!). Look for /usr/local/bin.

Do you know where your copy of 'links' was installed? The version I'm providing always puts things into /usr/local/bin but you can find out where your install went using sudo find /usr -name links and entering your admin password.

The correct way to view any man page is to enter man <topic>
 
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