On Fri, Mar 02, 2007 at 11:42:31PM +0900, Samantha wrote:
He reported trying to connect via the links browser, which also did not
work. As such, it seems unlikely that it has anything to do with the
operation of any of his browser applications.
I thought he said he had even tried using links. (as in a href=
Hyperlinks, as the Lynx browswer isn’t spelled links.)
$ apt-cache show links
Maintainer: Peter G. [email protected]
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.3.2.ds1-4), libgpmg1 (>= 1.19.6-1)
Conflicts: links-ssl (<< 0.99-1.1)
Description: Character mode WWW browser
Links is a lynx-like character mode browser. It includes support
for rendering tables and frames, features background downloads, can
display colors and has many other features.
$ cat /usr/ports/www/links/pkg-descr
Lynx-like WWW browser with text and graphics modes with many features
like displaying tables, menus, etc.
It’s obviously a network issue after seeing that it affects more people in the
I’m beginning to think it’s an ISP issue, yeah.