The category contains links to websites with information on accessing and using the Internet via/with DOS.
Full screen graphical web browser for DOS, supports HTML 4.0, built-in clients for FTP and e-mail; downloadable packages add support for MPEG, AVI, MP3, Telnet, IRC and USENET. Open source under GNU GPL.
Arachne web browser: how to install and set up for internet connection via Ethernet network adapter.
This site offers DosLynx, a version of the Lynx text-based web browser for MS-DOS.
Many links to various DOS Internet resources.
Makes text based (graphics for WWW) multifunction internet client browser for DOS with integrated dialup PPP packet driver. Shareware.
Offers network related open source software such as a Web server, an IRC client and a package for developing QuickBasic TCP/IP enabled applications.
Basic Web server for DOS, based on packet driver and Trumpet NTCPDRV. By Georg Potthast. Free.
Mailing list for old or low resource PC and DOS Internet. Posting archives, links to resources, related WebRings.
Details and example concerning TCP/IP and how to implement it and use it on a computer running MS-DOS.
DOS programs to access Internet via SLIP or PPP using XT-class PCs: 8088, 8086, 80286.
A collection of useful tools and utilities for the Lynx386 and Bobcat DOS text-based web browsers including a TSR for Mouse support, Trace Route, Telnet and MICQ, an ICQ client.
A DOS based web browser and mail client created by IBM and marketed by third parties.
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