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Re: [Lynx-dev] Re: lynx2.8.7dev.2 distfile size/checksum mismatch

From: Chuck Houpt
Subject: Re: [Lynx-dev] Re: lynx2.8.7dev.2 distfile size/checksum mismatch
Date: Wed, 7 Feb 2007 12:02:35 -0500

The latest version of Lynxlet (0.7.1) contains a usable command-line Lynx inside the application bundle.

I typically put in on the PATH by creating a symbolic link from /usr/bin to Lynxlet's bin/lynx:

% sudo ln -s /Applications/ \
% lynx

This way, I can get to Lynx from either the command line or the GUI. Full details at:

Cheers - Chuck

At 10:43 AM -0500 2/7/07, Stef Caunter wrote:
had this too; went and put in XCode, etc., etc., got it compiled, then the lynxlet terminal app

was posted. Pretty much a stock build, but it takes 2 minutes to make it work. I don't think you can call 'lynx' from a shell, but otherwise it works as you would expect; Options is there, just no cfg or command line args AFAIK.


On Wed, 7 Feb 2007, Walter Ian Kaye wrote:

Man, I miss Lynx. It's a vital part of how I use my Mac. I feel so unproductive without it.

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