Happy 10th birthday, Mozilla! Ten years ago, Netscape announced it would release to the public the code of its flag ship product, Netscape Communicator 5, making it an open source product. The action came at a time when Netscape was still the dominant web browser: 65 million users and 90% market share in the educational segment according to Netscape’s own accounts.
Our FAQ section is updated in last few days with new howtos:
- RHEL / CentOS Linux: Mount and Access NTFS Partition
- JBD: Barrier-based Sync Failed On md0-8 â€“ Disabling Barriers Error and Solution
- Mac OS X: Move the Dock and Menu Bar To External Display
- CentOS / RHEL: Install gpass Password Manager For GNOME2 Desktop
- RHEL 6 / CentOS 6: Install Adobe Flash Player For Firefox Browser
- rpmbuild: error: Installed (but unpackaged) file(s) found Solution
- HowTo: Create Slackware Linux Bootable USB Pen Drive
- Linux Delete / Remove MBR
- Linux Download Password Protected Large ISO Images [ Authentication Credentials ]
- OpenBSD: Install Firefox Web Browser
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By default vSphere does not provide client for Linux or OS X. You need to use Windows system to manage your VMware ESX server. However, it does provides vSphere Web Access which allows you to organize and share virtual machines using web browser. If you try to access vSphere Web Access you may get an error which read as follows:
503 Service Unavailable
You can fix this problem as follows.
Google has announced Google Chrome OS, which should be available mid-2010. This is a direct challenge to MS Windows operating systems. This is excellent news and it is going to tied tightly to its Chrome Web browser. Google Chrome running within a new windowing system on top of a Linux kernel. Speed, simplicity and security are the key aspects of Google Chrome OS – said Sundar Pichai, VP Product Management, in a blog post.
Firefox 3.0 has been released and the creators of Firefox 3.0 are aiming to set a world record for the most downloads in 24 hours.
Gzip compression reduces response times by reducing the size of the HTTP response. This document describes gzipping http traffic which can reduces the response size by about 70%. Approximately 90% of today’s Internet traffic travels through browsers that claim to support compression.