SupraBrowser is the "Eclipse of Web Browsers", a secure social web browsing environment that runs off of your own highly personal and private data store. It was written primarily in Java, uses Gecko as its web runtime, and has a back-end driven by MySQL and Lucene.
· Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.5 or later
To run the binary on your local computer, you will need mysql installed. Then, change into the "server" directory and run this command:
java -cp supra.jar ss.server.admin.gui.SupraServerCreatorGUI
Then, enter in your first and last name in the "Contact Name" field. If you need to enter a mysql password, do it at the bottom.
Once that command completes successfully, you can run from the same directory:
java -cp supra.jar ss.server.networking.SupraServer
To run the client, change into the "client" directory, and run any of these:
java -jar supra.jar
java -cp supra.jar ss.client.EntryPoint
java -jar supra_launch.jar
Any of those *should* work. Type in the username and password you created when running the SupraServerCreatorGUI.
Once you login, you can double-click your name and start browsing and saving URL's! To create a new user, create a contact (from the drop down list), and as long as you give them both a username and a password, it should allow a new login into the local database.