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I feel confident saying I found a few answers. In my situation I have a type 1 hypervisor, so I didn't want to use PhPVirtualBox (runs with VirtualBox a type 2 hypervisor) but that would work fine... Another options is >> NoVNC + x11VNC + ApacheProxyPass + linux distro This would allow not just a browser, but a whole desktop, which is fine for me, ...


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First make .desktop application for lynx: [Desktop Entry] Type=Application Name=Lynx Exec=gnome-terminal -e 'lynx %u' And save it to application directory e.g /usr/share/applications/ naming like lynx.desktop and give it execution permission (chmod+ x). Then set it as default web browser by using: xdg-settings set default-web-browser lynx.desktop Now ...


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I noticed this issue when I check for local listening ports with ss -utln before Google brought me here. My first thought of disabling this is to take a look at chrome://flags. And I found this: chrome://flags/#device-discovery-notifications Disabling this so-called "device discovery" feature turns off listening of mDNS port 5353/tcp. You need to relaunch ...



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