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Re: Non X-windows GUI web browser?

On Thu, Aug 02, 2001 at 10:58:16AM -0700, Vineet Kumar wrote:
> * Joost Kooij (joost@topaz.mdcc.cx) [010724 23:15]:
> > On Tue, Jul 24, 2001 at 07:58:24PM +0100, Frank Zimmermann wrote:
> > > I don't think you need to install X on your router. You fire up 
> > > webin from your local machine and administer the router remotely.
> > 
> > But then you'd have to make webmin listen to the network.  If you only
> > bind it to, you can still use the webmin interface in a browser
> > run locally.
> > 
> > For text mode browsers, see links, w3m and lynx.
> These guys are great, but if you *must* use a GUI broswer, and also only
> want webmin bound to (Good Idea) you can use ssh to tunnel
> connections there from a client with an X browser on it.

this is probably in a FAQ somewhere --


i can create ssh connections between node A and node B
but... how can i use that to piggyback an X session or a
HTTP request?

DEBIAN NEWBIE TIP #49 from Will Trillich <will@serensoft.com>
Looking to ENCODE OR DECODE SOME ROT-13 TEXT? No problem.
"Vg'f rnfl jvgu Ivz." It's a simple alphabet substitution where
each letter changes to its counterpart 13 places away in the
alphabet (a<->n, g<->t, etc) . Open the text in Vim, then
select it (type "v" at one end of the text to encode/decode,
then move to the other end) and then type "g?".
  Or, to rot-13 a whole line, just "g??".  That's all!
(Try ":help g?" for more info.)

Also see http://newbieDoc.sourceForge.net/ ...

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