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Command line web browser in Linux

Lynx is a command line web browser used in many platform other than Linux. Current versions of Lynx run on Unix, VMS, Windows 95/NT, 386DOS and OS/2 EMX. It also support other protocol other than http such as Gopher, FTP, WAIS, and NNTP servers.

In the beginning, Lynx was developed by University of Kansas to distribute campus information. Later, Lynx has been added a feature to browse the Internet by a student named Lou Montulli, and it was released in March 1993.

Here is an example of using Lynx to open a website in the Internet:

luzar@ubuntu:~$ lynx

Here is a screenshot of Lynx opened a website in the Internet:

Use Lynx to open Google search engine:

luzar@ubuntu:~$ lynx -accept_all_cookies

This is a Google search engine screenshot when open with Lynx:

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