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An IPv6 WWW client
- Subject: An IPv6 WWW client
- From: [email protected] (Francis Dupont)
- Date: Sat, 04 Oct 1997 12:47:31 +0200
- In-reply-to: Your message of Sat, 04 Oct 1997 12:19:40 +0900. <[email protected]>
In your previous mail you wrote:
I am a graduate student at Soongsil graduate school. I want
to run WWW client program over IPv6. Can I get the status of
IPv6 WWW client programs used in 6bone? I have the information
about Inria's MMM Web client, but I want to know about the
=> I know there are some IPv6 versions of Mosaic but Mosaic is
not the easiest program to recompile from the sources...
I'd like to do an IPv6 version of Lynx (very nice browser with
a text only interface, very useful for fast browsing (no stupid
blinking images :-) or for testing a page for individual users
(in Europe the bandwidth is incredibly expensive than when you
have to pay for it you disable the load of image fist :-)).
The problem is I don't know if I have the time to do it.
Someone has suggested the Arena browser too...
PS: if you look at the "ports" collection of FreeBSD you can find:
This gives the way to patch and build them too...