This page lists most common web browsers that you can find in gNewSense.
Here is a list of most common used web browsers, divided into two categories:
graphical web browsers: the most widespread type of web browser, you need a graphical interface to use them,
text-based web browsers: faster than graphical ones, you may want to give them a try if you like command-line or use an old computer. Some of them may render pictures.
Graphical web browsers
cd /usr/lib/xulrunner-$VERSION/plugins/ sudo mv libnullplugin.so libnullplugin.so.orig
- gNewSense stable release: 2.22.2
- Official stable release: 2.28.2
Epiphany official website: http://projects.gnome.org/epiphany/.
- gNewSense stable release: 2.0.4
- Official stable release: 2.0.7
More details can be found on Galeon on gNewSense website.
GNU IceCat official website: http://www.gnu.org/software/gnuzilla/.
This section should be updated when gNewSense 3.0 will be released.
Midori is a lightweight web browser based on GTK, which uses the WebKit layout engine. gNewSense deltah's version of Midori is very much beta software, which means we recommend you not to use it until gNewSense Parkes becomes available.
Midori official website: http://www.twotoasts.de/index.php?/pages/midori_summary.html.
Text-based web browsers
If you are looking for performance more than aestethics, pictures and web media, you should try a text-based web browser.
ELinks official website: http://elinks.or.cz/.
Links is a text-based web browser with HTML tables and frames rendering.
Links2 official website: http://links.twibright.com/.
Lynx official website: http://lynx.isc.org/.
W3M is a text-based web browser with support for tables, frames, SSL connections and color.
W3M official websites: http://w3m.sourceforge.net/.
You can find a more complete list on wikipedia's website.