Re: lynx?

From: Michele Andreoli (
Date: Thu May 11 2000 - 21:16:31 CEST

On Thu, May 11, 2000 at 07:42:20AM -0500, CHARLES HENRY nicely wrote:
> Greetings,
> I love muLinux! Great learning tool for Linux newbies like me.
> I have release 7.8. I use it on 2 machines that I found in the trash (really...). On a 386 with 8 megs RAM, I only loaded the ROOT+USR, but it looks like lynx is not included on this setup?

lynx in the EXT addon, starting from 6r2 release.

>When I try to run it I get a "not found" message and I have not been able to locate the program in the /bin or /usr/bin directories. Do I have to load the EXT addon to get lynx?

Yes. setup -f EXT. Otherwise:

                # cat EXT.tgz | bzip2 -ds | (cd / ; tar -xvf-)

But you have Quark, The Ridiculous Web Browser: to navigate with Quark on
the net is as to cross the Atlantic Ocean over a raft.

> The other machine is a 486 with no hard drive, but lots of RAM. I load all of the addons and everything works great!

No hard-drive at all? This is an Amiga1000 :-) A model target, for muLinux.
Amiga1000 was equipped with ramdisks, since 1985 (try to use a ramdisk on
a Microsoft OS)!


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remember any. Would two negative ones do?       -- Woody Allen
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