[gilug.org] "amics"

Jordi Pujol jordipujolp gmail com
2008-04-22 06:15:35 UTC

El Monday 21 April 2008 20:54:13 xavi linux va escriure:
> Hola
> No s'envie de cap programa sencillament d'una compta web de gmail, entres
> poses passwd i al teu gmail, rés mès
> ara?
no ens queden gaires possibilitats, deixant apart el Firefox i el konqueror en 
trobarem alguns més,

busquem navegadors web per Linux a google

Chimera v1.65

    A simple web browser, based on the Athena widget set, that is ideal for 
small memory systems.
    Limited graphics capabilities and no table, frames or Java support.

    See http://hasse.mathematik.tu-muenchen.de/~nikl/chimera-1.65p/ for an 
improved version of 1.65, aka Chimera 1.70.

Cineast v1.4

    An extensible web browser, written in OTcl, with HTML 3.2 support of 
images, tables, forms, etc.
    Does not yet support printing.

Emacs-W3 v4.0

    The browser for everyone's favourite editor...
    Text-based, but supports images under XEmacs; also supports tables, CSS 
stylesheets and frames.


    The KDE file manager, with in-built web browsing support.
    Has support for tables and Javascript, but the POST method (for forms) is 
not yet fully implemented.

Lynx v2.8

    Excellent text-based web browser - fast, with partial table and frames 

mMosaic v3.3.0

    Multicasting and Java support are the two major updates on this variant of 
    Still Motif-based, but will build with lesstif.

NEW! Mozilla v5.0

    The free source code release of Netscape Navigator.

NCSA Mosaic v2.7b4

    No-frills browser lacking support for frames and Java and has only limited 
table support.
    NCSA Mosaic is no longer being actively developed by the NCSA, but a 
number of spin-off versions are being developed.

Netscape Navigator & Communicator v4.05

    Navigator is the stand-alone web browser, while Communicator includes a 
number of other applications, including e-mail and news readers.
    Need I say more?

QWeb v1.3

    Supports SGML & style sheets; uses the Qt toolkit.

Plume/SurfIt v1.01a

    A tcl/tk based web browser, Australian developed.

Chimera v2.0 a15

    A simple browser, Chimera 2 supports multiple windows and better HTML 

Express 0.0.5

    Express is a web browser for the GNOME project, is based on the GTK 
toolkit and aims to be a lightweight browser with plug-in capabilities to 
extend the browser's functionality.

Gzilla 0.1.5

    Also based on GTK, and also in the early alpha stages.


    Based on GTK and in the very early stages of development.

3. In beta

Arena v0.3.61

    Originally a testbed for W3C (see Amaya below), Arena has been taken over 
by Yggdrasil who are slowly developing it into a general use web browser
    Has CSS support and supports the <MATH> commands, which is very useful for 
mathematicians and scientists.
Grail v0.4

    Python-based, so the performance is noticeably slower than C-based 
browsers, but you can embed Python applets and easily extend the browser.
mmm v0.41

    HTML 2.0-compliant browser, implemented in Objective CAML. Has in-built 
support for CAML applets.

Netscape Navigator v4.5

    A new version of Navigator/Communicator is in beta, offering a number of 
incremental changes.

PAD++/WebMap v0.9p1

    WebMap is the PAD++ (a "zoomable" graphical interface) web browser.
    It is available for most Unix platforms as well as Windows 95/NT systems.

tkWWW v0.13
    No URL?

    A tcl/tk web browser (similar to Plume) with HTML editing capabilities.

Amaya v1.3b

    The W3C testbed, complete with an editor (with CSS support).
    Similar to Arena in that it was designed for experimentation rather than 
general web browsing.

HotJava v1.14

    Sun are not officially supporting HotJava on Linux, but the Solaris 
version will run with a small amount of tinkering.
    Adequate performance but requires at least 32M of RAM.

Red Baron v3.1
    No URL

    Commercially available through the purchase of the 'official' RedHat 4.2 
Intel distribution.
    Lacks Java & Javascript support; has support for 1, 8 and 24bpp displays, 
but not 15/16bpp. Status: No longer being developed?

Viola v3.1

    One of the first X-Windows web browsers; Status: Dead?

W3C line browser

    The original WWW browser: line-based (rather than screen based) and really 
only useful for those with teletypes?


    The so-called 'Opera Project' is aiming to fund low-cost versions of the 
Opera browser for MacOS, BeOS, X-Windows and other platforms.
    A Linux version of Opera is now in development.

en desenvolupament:


    Arachne is a DOS-based graphical web browser, and a Linux port has been 
announced. It will probably be SVGAlib-based.
    More information can be found at: 

Internet Explorer
    Microsoft has indicated that a port of MSIE for Linux will eventuate (a 
preview release for Solaris has just been released).

    Press releases for the Unix versions can be found at: 


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