Not to sound like a Luddite, but sometimes the old ways are best. When it comes to Web browsers, that's not very often, but knowing your way around a text-mode browser like w3m does come in handy from time to time.
on 12/11/2009 – Made popular on 12/11/2009
I have the strangest problem on my Kubuntu 14.04 installation. I cannot browse the internet in any browser (tried both Chrome and Firefox). After some time, the browser reports a connection time out (or "The webpage is not available" in Chrome). However, ping google.com or telnet google.com 80 both work as expected.
Additional observation: Browsing works for a while after rebooting.
Need a real-time web sharing technology enables remote collaboration by showing others what you see in your web browser, where your mouse is, when it clicks, what text you're typing, what text you're selecting - without configuring the browsers, systems, or websites being shared.
It's obvious that people use web browsers to browse the internet. However, I've found that I use my web browser less and less as time goes on. I read articles in Pocket, get news in Press, use Tapatalk for forums, and dedicated apps for certain mobile sites like Wikipedia and IMDB. The only reason why I even open my web browser anymore is if I open a link in a Google search.
Recently I lost all sound in my web browsers. This was nearly all the sudden one day I shutdown and the next nothing. I have tried many solutions listed online and nothing has worked. First I tired working with flash and nothing, I try reinstalling the browser and several other new ones, still nothing.
I have also reinstalled the alsa, which has now messed up all system sounds.
I'm loving browsing the web with this tablet but so far every browser I've tried besides the Opera Browser zooms into the content and cuts away almost any background leaving all pictures blurry and fussy looking, especially on sites made for a lower resolution than the tablets own resolution.
Changeing zoom level, text size or auto resize does not fix the issue as this only changes
I am using Ubuntu 12.04. I know two methods to access the web-pages through terminal. They are lynx and elinks. When I tried to use them to access web-pages from terminal, I didn't seem to get any improvements on browsing speed. I am not sure whether it's just normal or my Internet speed is slow.
There are many web browsers for Linux, but everyone has different needs, some prefer customizable browsers with all the wizz and bang of plugins and themes, while others prefer lighter browsers that don’t have so many features and add-ons.