Legacy web pages of Axel Beckert

Since I'm no more active at the Fachschaftsrat Informatik of the University of Saarland anymore, I have transferred all my university time legacy web pages from http://fsinfo.cs.uni-sb.de/~abe/ to this interim host at http://fsinfo.noone.org/~abe/ with only minimal modifications, mainly e-mail addresses.

Most pages on this interim host won't be updated anymore until they are moved (and redirected) step by step to their future home somewhere under http://noone.org/.

Please also note that my former e-mail address abe@fsinfo.cs.uni-sb.de is no more valid. Use abe@deuxchevaux.org instead.

Axel Beckert, Zürich, 23rd of September 2007


wApua: A WAP Browser written in PERL/Tk

Programming Republic of Perl
Just another little Perl script... :-)


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Debian

wApua is available in Debian since Etch. If you're running Debian, you can install wApua by issuing one of the following command as root: aptitude install wapua or apt-get install wapua — depending on what you use.

NetBSD

See the NetBSD ftp site or pkgsrc.se for NetBSD packages of wApua.

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