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Re: What is a good, small, web browser?

* Seneca Cunningham <seneca@slemish.com> [020201 11:05]:
> David Moore <davmre@bellsouth.net> wrote:

> I have a very good reason for not wanting to install GNOME or another
> desktop manager. I tried GNOME about a month ago, and it's performance
> was similar to that of my 286 when windows 3.0 was installed on it.
> You really could doze off while it was loading.

Well, galeon depends on the gnome libs installed, but it does not depend
on gnome running. If your disk space is not a problem, you could try it
out. Apart from that, w3m and links are very cool too (and don't forget
netcat :-))
> It seems like a possible spare-time (like I'll get any with 4A
> literature OA chem && calculus) project of mine will be learning more
> about the internet && java and (possibly) making my own browser that
> fits my requirements. I would prefer not to load anything that's
> non-free.

Galeon is free.



Karsten Heymann <karsten.heymann@gmx.de> <karsten@ecology.uni-kiel.de>
CAU-University Kiel, Germany
Registered Linux User #221014                  (http://counter.li.org)

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