How to install Browsh on Ubuntu – Command-line Text based Web Browser
Install Browsh text browser on Ubuntu
Go to the below Browsh download page and download the latest Ubuntu installers based on your architecture (x64/386/ ARMv6/ARMv7/ARM64). For my ubuntu 64 bit its x64 and downloaded file name is “browsh_1.6.4_linux_amd64.deb“. Save this one your Downloads folder. You can change below commands based on your file name.
Open the terminal app in Ubuntu. Press (ctrl+alt+t) together. then run below command to navigate to your Downloads folder.
Then run this Browsh installation command.
sudo dpkg -i browsh_1.6.4_linux_amd64.deb
Enter ubuntu user password. Then run this command in terminal to install Browsh missing dependencies in your system.
sudo apt-get install -f
Browsh Usage :
In your terminal run below command to open Browsh browser.
Just press CTRL+t to open a new tab in browsh browser.
And type the web address on the top address field and hit enter. You can follow the website links by just clicking on it. just as a normal browser.
If you want to type the web address on the same tab, then press CTRL+l and type it.
Some other Browsh short keys are CTRL+q, CTRL+r, CTRL+w, CTRL+TAB, ALT+SHIFT+p , ALT+u, and ALT+m.