WebReview.com: Web Browsing on Linux

Linux is remarkably popular among desktop users. Of course,
no desktop is complete without a web browser … or two or
Thankfully, there are several Linux-compatible browsers
to meet those needs.”

“The most common Linux browser is Netscape, which has been
available for the platform as long as there’s been Netscape.
Netscape has allowed redistribution of their browser executable,
and it’s now included with most Linux distributions.”

“At the other end of the spectrum, there’s the text-console
based web browser Lynx. It’s included with most Linux
distributions, and even though it’s unable to render tables or
graphics, Lynx can still be a valuable tool in a number of
situations. Later on, we’ll examine scenarios where Lynx can get
you out of a sticky situation.”