Thanks for the info. I don't really need much from the browser however, I hope it has the minimum I need. I just wonder how to get complete information on how to run it just like you said.
On 10/2/10, Vic wrote: > Hi Kevin, > > Ok, Ack. I will wait for further instructions on how to get Dillo up and > running. > Just to make sure I'm on the right track, after adding the C++ libs, I get > this: > > address@hidden /]# dillo > paths: Cannot open file '//.dillo/dillorc' > paths: Using /usr/etc/dillo/dillorc > paths: Cannot open file '//.dillo/keysrc' > paths: Using /usr/etc/dillo/keysrc > dillo_dns_init: Here we go! (threaded) > Cookies: Created file: //.dillo/cookiesrc > Disabling cookies. > Can't open display "" > address@hidden /]# >
You need X Server (kdrive) running in background to start-up dillo.
Also dillo will be useful mainly for very basic web pages.
In our project we started using dillo and then moved to Woosh: http://trac.hackable1.org/trac/wiki/WooshBrowser
Woosh is based on Webkit and it depends on lib icu, then we didn't submit it to LTIB, because lib icu needs many manual work-around to cross-compile. I don't know about status of Unicode Glib alternative to Webkit, it may or may not be already fixed on current Webkit code.