@julienxx I'm not aware of a GEM client. I guess there's Lynx when you're running MiNT?

@zwangseinweisung @julienxx I also noticed that @mmu_man has worked on supporting gopher in NetSurf some time in the past, see this thread: m.g3l.org/@mmu_man/10101553174

@zwangseinweisung @galaxis @julienxx oh, possibly the cURL port isn't built with gopher support…

@zwangseinweisung @mmu_man @galaxis sorry for my newbie-ness, I want to buy a 68k computer and the STe looks pretty good for my needs (music, programming and not crazy expensive). Will Mint run properly on a 1mb ST or should I plan for more ram, a hard drive... ?

@julienxx @mmu_man @galaxis if you want to buy a ste you neeed to upgrade to 4 mb of ram but cpu is very limited. better are some 030-ish tt or falcon and above

@zwangseinweisung @mmu_man @galaxis yeah TTs and falcons are really too expensive (when you can find one that is). And I prefer not to go into FPGAs

@julienxx Later STe used (then) standard 30-pin SIMM modules, and should be easy to upgrade to 4MB.

@zwangseinweisung @mmu_man

@zwangseinweisung @galaxis @julienxx make sure you build from the gopher-v6 branch after checking out.
It should work, though I only tested on linux.

@mmu_man @galaxis @julienxx how can i use your branch? with more than "./configure && make && make install" i am lost.

@zwangseinweisung @galaxis @julienxx

Well it's just like with the official build, except after checking out the main repo you need to add my remote and checkout the branch:

git clone (the official url)

git remote add mmu_man github.com/mmuman/NetSurf.git
git fetch --all
git checkout gopher-v6


@zwangseinweisung @galaxis @julienxx you'll need the cross-compiler installed and the rest of the workspace (all the ns* libs) also checked out.

@zwangseinweisung @galaxis @julienxx dang it!
I guess he actually updated it and removed the old one so we'll have to update the crosstools makefile.

@mmu_man @galaxis @julienxx yeah, i believe it too. the script tries to load a package from 2017

@zwangseinweisung @galaxis @julienxx yes.
vincent.riviere.free.fr/soft/m lists a 2020 tag. I think he doesn't know people uses his files to build things… 😛

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