NeXTSTEP 3.3 Web Browser
kylevowen at gmail.com
Wed Nov 11 22:49:35 CST 2015
On Wed, Nov 11, 2015 at 8:50 PM, Tapley, Mark <mtapley at swri.edu> wrote:
> You know about the Lighthouse Design suite of applications, right?
> Presentation, spreadsheet, word processor, drawing program, etc.
> Don’t forget the license strings.
No, but thanks! Looks like good stuff. I've got NeXTTeX installed on here,
but without a lot of the LaTeX extensions, I'm feeling a little
underwhelmed with its capabilities. :)
I was able to get it online here at the house. Minimal configuration
required, thankfully. In fact, technically it's running wireless; I've got
a nice little WiFi client/bridge/AP that gives me an Ethernet jack from my
wireless router, all through the aether.
I've installed ssh from here: http://nleymann.de/Nextstep/ and it looks
like it works! Now I'd like to see if I can get an X server running. I see
mention of Xnext on a slashdot page, but the link is dead, and archive.org
failed to capture the whole site.
Also trying to get SSL working better with OmniWeb. I still can't go to
Gmail from it as it's complaining about cookie issues, and other sites,
like reddit.com, fail to load altogether. :(
This has been one of the best resources so far for new software to play
Thanks again for the tips, and I look forward to getting distributed.net
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