— author: ~ben published: true title: gopher description: gopher server and proxy category: - main —


the gopher protocol) was created in 1991. it didn’t survive long due to draconic licensing. we’re trying to keep this cool corner of the web alive.

add and create your gophersite

to add your own gopher site, run the following command: bash mkdir -p -m 755 ~/public_gopher (this presumes you don’t already have a public_gopher dir in your $HOME. new users from here on out will have a public_gopher by default) if a file called gophermap exists in the directory you’re currently browsing to in gopher, it will get processed and displayed. see this example for more information on file types and special chars. —

browse gophersites

if you’re currently connected from a tilde.team shell, you can use the lynx browser. bash lynx gopher://tilde.team if you want to access the gophersite in your public_gopher dir, use the following link structure: gopher://tilde.team/1/~username you can install it on your local machine too :) otherwise, you can use our http proxy to browse the gophernet. hope to see you on there soon! (addendum by ~khuxkm: remember to leave the number off when using the proxy (i.e; https://gopher.tilde.team/tilde.team/~username))