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dyonisos
05-07-2007, 10:58
I want to read out the WAN-IP adress displayed by the webserver of my stupid ADSL modem, which is not reachable via telnet.
This should be possible with a javascript enabled text browser running on wl-500gP. To get Elinks work with SpiderMonkey is to complicate for me.
Does anyone know a capable text browser or alternative solution?

al37919
05-07-2007, 11:12
I'm not sure what is elinks, but I know of 'links'. It's a text browser with JS support. I compiled and tried to use it (not on the router), and it has proven to work. Unfortunately, it didn't fit my task, because it was able to retrieve pdf from JS-server, but it was showing raw pdf file in text browser instead of saving it...

dyonisos
05-07-2007, 14:07
Hi.
I can not find "links" browser in http://ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/optware/oleg/cross/stable/Packages.gz
Could you please supply me the wl-500gP compiled "links" browser (javascript enabled) or let me know how to achieve that? Thanks.

al37919
05-07-2007, 20:09
I'm afraid I've misinformed you. Links web page is: http://links.sourceforge.net But I don't see any clue that it supports JS.

suleyma
09-11-2007, 11:28
I've need of a text browser with javascript support too!
My provider restrict Internet access by a special program that doesn't work on Asus WL-500gP or by login through java window that is not allowed to be closed.

Does anyone know a capable text browser or alternative solution?

suleyma
09-11-2007, 14:29
w3m browser seems to be solution.

suleyma
27-11-2007, 13:45
w3m browser doesn't work correct with my provider's javascript :(