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I looked at links2 and elinks - neither one seems to even support a simple javascript redirect on a site.

Any ideas? Is there some sort of text mode for some opensource browser e.g. Firefox that I can compile and use?

Thanks!

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I don't think there are any. – Nathan Osman Apr 4 '10 at 19:24
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See this information regarding how you can add JavaScript (ECMAScript) support to elinks.

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Thanks, worked. – GJ. Apr 5 '10 at 10:58

Is there some sort of text mode for some opensource browser e.g. Firefox that I can compile and use?

Depends what you mean by text mode. You can turn off images and plugins in any modern browser, no recompile needed. It'll still require a graphical display and plenty of RAM though.

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In text mode I mean in a simple terminal session, no X window or other graphical display. – GJ. Apr 5 '10 at 10:32

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