What software is available?
World-Wide Web clients (browsers) are available for the following platforms and environments:
- Text-only browsers:
- Dumb terminal, nearly any UNIX platform
- Text-only using curses (vt100 emulation), for SunOS 4.1.x, IBM AIX, DEC OSF/1, DEC Ultrix, and VAX Multinet.
- Macintosh text-only, for Mac SE's and above with System 7.x.
- Browsers written in perl are available.
- Browsers written for the emacs environment are available.
- Browsers with graphical interfaces:
- Sun 4/Sun OS 4.1.x
- Silicon Graphics IRIX 4.x
- DEC MIPS Ultrix, DEC Alpha AXP, OSF/1
- IBM RS/6000, AIX 3.2
- HP 9000/700, HP/UX 9.x
- NeXT, NeXTStep 3.0
- Commodore Amiga, AmigaOS 3.0
- IBM compatibles, 80386 and above with 4 MB RAM, under Windows 3.1 in enhanced mode
- Macintosh computers, System 7.x, 68020 and above or Power Macintosh.
World-Wide Web servers are available for the following platforms and environments:
- Most flavors of UNIX
- HP, SGI, and SUN systems
- DEC MIPS Ultrix, DEC Alpha AXP
- Macintosh, 68020 or better, Power Macintosh, System 7.x
- VM, VM/CMS, VM/XA, VMS
- Windows 3.1 and Windows NT
For details on how to obtain Web client and server software, refer to the next section "How can I get more information?"