I need to connect to the Internet via a HUAWEI
fixed-wireless-terminal [telephone] which I've only got
a Win98 driver for.
I have little experience with W98, but it seems to be a disaster:
when I go off-line the browser [IE] locks-up.
I want to be able to use the same method to fetch http/S as I do
* put all the [dozen or more] URLs in a file: L
* run a script to:
lynx -dump <next line of L> >> AccumualtingFile.
So with this, once on-line, you fire-off the script, and you get
all the http/S in a file without any picture clutter, for minimum
AFAIK I used lynx with DOS in the past, and I'm looking to find
my copy again. But would DOS-lynx communicate with the
Win98 internet-connecting application?
How else can I easily avoid having to d/l with the standard browser
and save quickly, before pasting the next URL - cycle.
It seems that the W98's IE browser can't even disable graphics,
which slows down the fetching greatly.
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