[driverloader] CLI web browser & driverloader install
linuxhippy at verizon.net
Fri Jan 19 19:25:57 EST 2007
the dldrinstall.run script is nice...but I don't have an internet
connection on the pc that's wireless until I install the drivers. I
have the .gz package, untar, make install, and sh dldrconfig. How can
I set this up for a tty session?
On Fri, 19 Jan 2007 16:08:45 -0500
"Linuxant support (Jonathan)" <support at linuxant.com> wrote:
> lynx is not tested not supported and the layout will probably be quite
> horrible since it was designed for graphical browsers.
> You should start the installer with the following command:
> sh dldrinstall.run -- --tty
> This will launch the terminal (text) based version of the installer
> which have all the features of the graphical, browser based ones.
> Technical specialist / Linuxant
> support at linuxant.com
> linuxhippy at verizon.net wrote:
> > I now have my pc setup with Slackware 11 on an old pc that acts as a server. I did not install a GUI session so I cannot install driverloader with Firefox at the end (it asks you for the Win drivers). I can browse the webs with a CLI or text interface with Lynx. How do I install driverloader with Lynx?
> > I found this on the Driverloader Advanced Install options page:
> > --browser <name> Use a specific web browser to do the installation. If the requested browser is not installed or cannot be started, the installer will abort. The list of supported browsers is:
> > firefox
> > mozilla
> > netscape
> > konqueror
> > opera
> > Example: sh dldrinstall.run -- --browser konqueror
> > Can I use lynx as an option?
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