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    internet on level 3?

    can i use cable internet in the vga (level 3) i think thats what you call it

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    Linux Guru budman7's Avatar
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    Oct 2004
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    If you mean the command line, yes you can.
    Type "links", or "lynx", or "links2", then the webpage.
    There is a way to see graphics, I just don't know what it is.
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    Use CODE tags when posting output of commands. Thank you.

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    Trusted Penguin Dapper Dan's Avatar
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    To see graphics with links you have to have added graphics ability into it while compiling. Here's the "link"...
    Be sure and follow the directions as stated on the linked page. I think you have to be in X windows before you can see the graphics though.
    After compiling with graphics built in, run:
    links -g
    Links graphics is not full featured like Firefox or Mozilla, but the trade off is a blisteringly fast browser that is very easy on resources. It is not ipv6 compliant, but there is more than enough ipv4 links out there...
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