Used to be that web browsing on Linux was a poor second cousin to "mainstream" platforms. No longer. Linux is the preferred platform with excellent native browsers such as Galeon and Mozilla, as well as text and lightweight graphical alternatives.
To save a webpage completely (with inline images and stylesheets etc.) use either Mozilla (, Galeon?) or wget (wget -E -H -k -K -p http://yourpage.html) or use Konquerors WAR tool (Tools, Archive web page).
Galeon - Let's just get this straight. It kicks royal ass. Then it starts to get seriously impressive.
- BrowseX (unpackaged) - very friendly on light/low-end systems.
- links / elinks
FTP clients (um, sorta)
Web browsing enhancements:
Not quite browsing:
- curl, with posibility to set POST, cookies, referer and agent data. And more.
- [openvrml-lookat] that you can apt-get.