terminal in browser.

Quite a lot of time, we are spending most of the time on Browsers and during this time, leaving the browser just to do some ls or some command for quickly checking something does not look productive and here is where butterfly is useful.

Just install butterfly with:

pip install butterfly

and then head over to :


and voila you have a terminal in your browser.

dwb – keyboard driven browser

First off, install using the command

sudo yum install dwb

Now for the description:

dwb is small webkit-based web-browser in the spirit of tiling window managers,that aims to be mostly keyboard-driven.

I liked the fact that it does well what it tries to do and pretty good at being fast.


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pdfjs – html5+javascript based pdf viewer for Firefox.

Firefox 15 has arrived and there is lot to brag about. Since there are already many blogs on this, so just  giving you a link to one of those. But what is most interesting is the integration of PDF.js. It is a new html5 + javascript based pdf viewer.

GHacks Link

And to enable this viewer all you need to do is go to “about:config“. Search for pdfjs and set pdfjs.disabled to “FALSE” and your browser is all set to use the inline pdf viewer.

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