Why would you want to install Internet Explorer on Linux? Well, you might be a web developer concerned about standards and compatibility…
Linux Web Browsing & Communications Tips, Tweaks & Troubleshooting: Optimizing Your Online Experience With Linux
The Linux platform is a supremely resilient and highly functional operating system for communications and online activities. From emailing, instant messaging, web browsing and multimedia streaming, to advanced network topology, lock down security and server configuration, the Linux platform offers a wealth of online and communications functionality. Here we look at Linux web browsing and communications techniques, explaining what is Linux Networking? How Linux can be used with such popular web browsers as Opera, Firefox and IE? And how you can get the most from your email and social media formats over the Linux platform.
Setting up your networking configuration is a primary task on every OS, and Linux is no exception. Those that are able to communicate through the Internet have a clear advantage over those that don’t.
In this article I will go through how to set up a chat room through IRC. IRC is cross platform system with many servers and many clients across the world, so it is perfect for online meetings and groups. I will also go through how to set up a server in case you outgrow the original channel.
Setting up a Linux router is hardly the easiest way to configure a router. You can buy a router and just deploy it. However, setting up a Linux router on your own definitely has its advantages.
Computer users are increasingly moving their data to the “cloud,” and online presentation software is answering the call. Unfortunately, the most obvious and hailed options have disappointing limitations. 280 Slides provides a simple but feature-filled interface for creating online presentations.
Developing and customizing social networking software can be incredibly easy, using open source programming languages like PHP and Ruby on Rails. Here are some of the Internet’s best offerings for open source social network tools.
The Chromium Browser is the Linux version of Google Chrome. The Chrome is generally viewed to be faster and more streamlined than all other browsers, including Mozilla Firefox. From my tests, I cannot disagree with the general consensus.
Installing a wireless device is considered by many to be the most time-consuming and frustrating part of their installation process, and this doesn’t change when it comes to USB wireless devices. With a little care and a little research, however, much of the hassle can be eliminated.