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Text based Browser for Solaris

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Any text based browser that comes with following Solaris configuration and supports SSL as well ?
SunOS XXXXXXXXXXX Generic_106541-16 sun4u sparc SUNW,UltraSPARC-IIi-cEngine
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Sure, Lynx.  It doesnt' support SSL out of the box, but there are plugins that do.  See http://www.trill-home.com/lynx.html
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it does not work on my box.
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what does not work? are there any errors?  

You can get a Solaris binary from http://www.sunfreeware.com
Make sure you select the correct OS version.

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by:codewalker
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Lynx
I Agree with Nisus get the Binary
Add the package
If it doesn't work trouble shoot the problem
Errors???
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Thanks for the vote of confidence.  You should withdraw your comment as a 'Proposed Answer' though!!!  Others may have something to add.
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