This will allow you to browse web sites using "-dump" with elinks while you still are logged in

sed -i 's/show_formhist = 1/show_formhist = 0/;s/confirm_submit = 0/confirm_submit = 1/g' /etc/elinks/elinks.conf; elinks -dump
README: This require you to login on facebook with elinks without using '-dump' first time and when you have logged in you will then be able to dump all data from facebook without any advanced combos, dump is all you need for see all your friends newsfeed or whatever you wish to view in cli/terminal. Facebook is just an example, same requirements for all websites that have a login form.

By: wuziduzi
2019-07-04 15:04:07

What Others Think

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