an offline browser

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  1. themightybear

    themightybear New Member

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    <b>an offline browser<b/>

    right now, i have no wifi for my pod, and was wondering if there was an ssh type application that i could browse through my pod with via the dock connector in windows xp.

    lemme know

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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    What you describe is impossible.

    Anyway, welcome to the forums!
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    ZombieKiller Banned

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    Uh... thats not impossible...

    i think Total Commander with the t-pot plugin or the iPhoneBrowser will work...
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    thank you!
    do you know any ways of going about this, or anyone who could help?
    any help would be appreciated
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    i tried mananza, or whatever its called, and i couldn't find any documentation on how to run it.
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    That's my second misread post in about 30 minutes.

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    I thought the OP was trying to browse the internet through the USB connector.

    I need a nap.
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    haha
    its alright
    any help is awesome
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Anyway, I don't think iPhonebrowser works on 2.0, (That may not apply to you) so I'd go with Total Commander and T-Pot.
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    Dont Worry HellRider, I thought the same thing.

    Themightbear, try downloading Iphone Browser, although getting a router would be a good idea.
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    thanks a lot
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    First... get Total Commander (I never heard of Mananza, but just try Total Commander) and install it and run it. Google t-pot plugin... download it, and extract it...

    In Total Commander, go in Settings or Options and then into Plugins... and add a WFX plugin... and select the t-pot plugin you downloaded...

    On one of the browser, go to the drop menu on the top left, and select the "/" directorie... and then select T-Pot from the browser...

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