best cli web browser & email programs
tyler at tysdomain.com
Thu Apr 26 11:13:17 EDT 2012
pine and mutt are both still common solutions.
As for browsing, there's a lot you can't do still. edbrowse, w3m and
elinks are all good (and some do some things better than others), but
not amazing and there's still a lot of stuff they won't work with.
On 4/26/2012 8:27 AM, John Heim wrote:
> My netbook broke down and I'm thinking of going back to the linux
> command line & speakup on a computer on a board (something like a
> Raspberry Pie). Instead of buying a new computer, I was thinking of
> using one of the under powered machines I can get for free and then
> using speakup. It would have the advantage that ssh would be rock
> solid and that's what I need the most when I'm on the road. What web
> browser and email program do people prefer?
> I used to use pine as my primary mail program. That was a few years
> ago though. I mean, I used pine even on a system with a GUI. How
> about mutt? Anybody like that?
> Then for browser, I've used lynx and edbrowse but only for testing
> purposes. If I work at it, can I get proficient enough to browse the
> web about as easily as I would in a GUI?
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