[NTLK] Navigating the web with the newton

Abraham Limpo abraham at familialimpo.net
Sun Dec 10 15:02:12 EST 2017

In fact the second part is implementing a https stripping proxy, packaging
everything into a battery powered raspberry pi zero W and putting
everything into a modem-like case for easy transportation ;)

But let's not get ahead :)

2017-12-10 18:34 GMT+01:00 Matej Horvat <matej.horvat at guest.arnes.si>:

> On Sun, 10 Dec 2017 18:01:24 +0100, Abraham Limpo <
> abraham at familialimpo.net> wrote:
> I managed to connect my emate to internet, but seems that I'm unable to
>> load any webpage. Newthopper says that it doesn't support 'text/html' (or
>> UTF8) while I seem to be able to load simple webpages (that I made) with
>> newt's cape but isn't able to open anything else.
> What about e.g. Courier?
> http://40hz.org/Pages/Courier
> Because I'm using a "unusual" method to connect to internet (direct serial
>> connection to a unix server with PPPD) I don't know if I'm doing anything
>> wrong or there is simply no webpages for newton to open.
> If those browsers support the use of a proxy server, you can try running
> this on your server:
> https://github.com/tghw/macproxy
> It was specifically written to simplify pages for MacWeb on a Macintosh
> Plus, so it should also work with Newton browsers.
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