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[http://www.Dillo.org Dillo] is a multi-platform graphical web browser known for its speed and small footprint.
 
[http://www.Dillo.org Dillo] is a multi-platform graphical web browser known for its speed and small footprint.
 
* Dillo is written in C and C++.
 
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You can start Dillo using {{ic|dillo}} command.
 
You can start Dillo using {{ic|dillo}} command.
  
==Enabling cookies in Dillo by default==
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==Configuration==
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===Enabling cookies in Dillo by default===
  
Dillo has disabled option to accept cookies , you can enable it by modyfing {{ic|~/.dillo/cookiesrc}} file:
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Cookies are disabled by default for privacy reasons. If you want to enable them, read [http://www.dillo.org/FAQ.html#q8 FAQ entry]
Change {{ic|DEFAULT DENY}} line to {{ic|DEFAULT ACCEPT}} .
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==Removing cookies==
 
==Removing cookies==

Revision as of 14:04, 13 June 2012

Dillo is a multi-platform graphical web browser known for its speed and small footprint.

  • Dillo is written in C and C++.
  • Dillo is based on FLTK2, the Fast Light Toolkit (statically-linked by default!).
  • Dillo is free software made available under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPLv3).
  • Dillo strives to be friendly both to users and developers.
  • Dillo helps web authors to comply with web standards by using the bug meter.

Installing

Install dillo, available in the Official Repositories.

Starting

You can start Dillo using dillo command.

Configuration

Enabling cookies in Dillo by default

Cookies are disabled by default for privacy reasons. If you want to enable them, read FAQ entry

Removing cookies

First, stop your plugins (dpis) with the following command:

$ dpidc stop

The cookies dpi will write any permanent (ACCEPT) cookies to disk, and temporary (ACCEPT_SESSION) cookies will be lost as the dpi exits.

Second, get rid of the permanent cookies by removing or editing your ~/.dillo/cookies.txt file. Info from http://www.dillo.org/FAQ.html#q8 .

See also