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ultratiny html viewer - PuppyBrowser 0.5 + embeddedbookmarks
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PostPosted: Thu 06 Mar 2014, 04:26    Post_subject: hv3 another tiny html browser  

hv3 can be downloaded here:
it is a OOTB-working binary ...having all needed dependencies and is only 3,3MB big ...!
and it supports javascript...! see screenshot hereunder
It runs ok on wheezy-
Hope this helps !
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there exists also a pet here ...but could not get it to work Crying or Very sad command line reports errors ...better use the above binary !
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about that pet:
the /usr/bin/hv3 script has the command
exec wish /usr/share/hv3/hv3_main...
in it
to get the wish command (which is not present in puppy) one needs to install tk8.5 which has /usr/bin/wish8.5 in it; and aftrwds manualy create the symlink /usr/bin/wish.
hv3 can also be downloaded from PPM, but the total size of all the files and deps (about 15MB when installed ...! Confused ) exceeds the size of the above binary.
So i recommend the above one package binary.
 Description   hv3 html browser ...supports javascript
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PostPosted: Thu 06 Mar 2014, 07:59    Post_subject:  

just given it a spin on slacko

quite impressed, very quick!

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PostPosted: Fri 02 May 2014, 06:31    Post_subject:  PuppyBrowserstill helpfull  

The bookmarked browsers are still usefull. This morning i used Puppybrowser to surf to my adsl supplier. because Puppies are now delivered without anything, like windows. Are there still a Puppy, or just a kernel ? Dillo is too weak, PuppyBrowser is the tool, when you are blocked.
Puppy, buitin power in Paris Eiffel tower
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