What are the alternatives to Google Chrome and Firefox on Linux?

Say what you want about web browsers on Linux, I just miss Internet Explorer. No let’s be serious. A great thing about Linux distributions is in general that they come packaged with a good browser. If that browser is not your favorite, you can easily install another one (and you don’t necessarily need a browser […]
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How to access ssh terminal in web browser on Linux

Running “everything” in a web browser used to be a bold statement. However, due to the powerful HTML5/JavaScript stack, a web browser increasingly becomes a dominant application delivery platform. Even the Linux kernel sandboxed in a web browser no longer sounds so crazy these days. In this tutorial, I describe how to access an SSH […]
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How to access VNC remote desktop in web browser

There are many VNC clients available on Linux, differing in their capabilities and operating system support. If you are looking for a cross-platform VNC client, you have two options: use either Java-based VNC viewers (e.g., RealVNC or TightVNC), or web-based VNC clients. VNC web clients are typically faster than Java-based VNC viewers, and could easily […]
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How to install Google Chrome on Linux

Google Chrome is a free web browser based on WebKit layout rendering engine. Since its public release in 2008, Google Chrome has steadily grown its user base, and now it drives approximately one-third of all web browsing activities worldwide, largely thanks to its lightning fast speed and strong security protection. If you would like to […]
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