Partially solved (was Re: Web proxy that can cache cookies and
kirk at strauser.com
Fri Jun 8 15:24:58 UTC 2007
On Thursday 07 June 2007, Kirk Strauser wrote:
> I bought a Nintendo DS Browser (Opera 8.5) recently, and it's really
> slick little device. However, it has one glaring issue: it won't store
> passwords or cookies across boots so you have to manually log in to every
> web site each time you turn it on. So, this makes me wonder if there's
> any kind of web proxy I could install on my FreeBSD server that would
> cache and re-send cookies.
I found "HoTTProxy" (http://www.hottproxy.org/) with is written in Perl and
does 99% of what I need. It's hugely gratifying to go directly into Gmail
without logging in, right after turning on the DS. I'm still looking for
something a little more polished and under a better licence, but at least
for now this has me up and running.
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