5 November 2015

Vivaldi Beta... How to install on Arch, Debian, Fedora and Ubuntu based systems

This is a small tutorial, showing how to install Vivaldi Browser, on the main Linux distributions.
"Vivaldi Image" by Source: Vivaldi Technologies 

Last update: April 07, 2016

Please, check out our latest tutorial, showing how to install the first stable version of Vivaldi.

Vivaldi 1.0 - The long-awaited first stable version... How to install

Brief introduction...

On November 3, 2015, Vivaldi Technologies launched the first beta of the Vivaldi web browser and in this article we are going to show how to install the latest version, using the Terminal.

"Vivaldi Image" from:: Vivaldi Technologies 

So, what is it...

Vivaldi is a multi-platform and freeware web browser, developed by Vivaldi Technologies, The browser is generally used by previous Opera web browser users disgruntled by Opera's transition from the Presto layout engine to the Blink layout engine, which removed many popular features in the process.

My experience with Vivaldi leads me to say that it's a powerful tool that, will give you a new web approach to go online.

You must have to take in consideration that this is a Beta version of Vivaldi. We advise to use it, for testing purposes only

How to Install

Open your terminal, then copy and paste the follow command lines:

Installing on Debian and Ubuntu based systems

For 32-bit
  • wget "https://vivaldi.com/download/vivaldi-beta_1.0.303.52-4_i386.deb"
  • sudo dpkg -i vivaldi-beta_1.0.303.52-4_i386.deb
For 64-bit
  • wget "https://vivaldi.com/download/vivaldi-beta_1.0.303.52-4_amd64.deb"
  • sudo dpkg -i vivaldi-beta_1.0.303.52-4_amd64.deb

Installing on Fedora based systems

For 32-bit
  • wget "https://vivaldi.com/download/vivaldi-beta-1.0.303.52-2.i386.rpm"
  • sudo rpm -ivh vivaldi-beta-1.0.303.52-2.i386.rpm
For 64-bit
  • wget "https://vivaldi.com/download/vivaldi-beta-1.0.303.52-2.x86_64.rpm"
  • sudo rpm -ivh vivaldi-beta-1.0.303.52-2.x86_64.rpm.

Installing on Arch based systems

Installing using Pamac ( Manjaro, Antergos )
  • Open Pamac
  • On the search bar write, vivaldi
  • Select Vivaldi and, confirm to install it
Installing using the Command Line
  • sudo pacman -S vivaldi
  • Then just follow the instructions to complete the install.

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