I've used Blackrhino a lot, and I recommend some software to use with it.
Links2 Web Browser:
This is an ideal browser for the PS2. It is snappy, lightweight, and builds off of nothing but standard X libraries. It can be used with SSL. It has no problem with X-forwarding, if you'd like to access it from another system. I used it on my normal computer systems just for fun sometimes.
Another great browser. To use this, you will have to compile FLTK 1.3, which will require some updated or changed X libraries. Here is a link to the libraries I changed, none of which require much work at all: go to the thread in this forum entitled "problems-compiling-glib-2-0" (sorry, I'm not allowed to post links yet, I don't have enough posts).
Apache Web Server:
This is an easy build. Using nothing but the default Blackrhino installation, I was able to compile 2.2.20. Serve up anything you want. Even better, you can compile PHP as a module and run it with Apache. I've compiled up to PHP 5.3.6, and here is the configure command:
That will build PHP as an apache module.Code:./configure --with-apxs2=/usr/local/apache2/bin/apxs --with-gd --with-jpeg-dir=/usr/lib --with-zlib-dir=/usr/lib --disable-fileinfo
What have you done with your Blackrhino?