Linked by ddc_ on Mon 5th Dec 2011 17:33 UTC
Internet & Networking There are a lot of browsers these days, some being bloated with features, others serving the bare minimum of web browsing tasks. Marco Peerboom began developing his minimalist web browser xxxterm for OpenBSD in 2010. Within a year the browser became popular enough in the OpenBSD community to find its ways to major Linux repositories. And here's why.
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by cb88 on Tue 6th Dec 2011 14:03 UTC
cb88
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2009-04-23

Dillo 3 is quite a big improvement over Dillo 2.x it now has floating table support which means webpages like google.com almost render normally and Facebook mobile will load if you enable ssl and cookie suppport!

It would be nice to see them add a plugin for javascript support.

do note that Dillo rejects cookies by default.

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