The Opera-Like Vivaldi Browser Has Received Support For 32 Bit (i386/i586/i686) Architectures

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Jon von Tetzchner (Opera’s former CEO) has developed Vivaldi, yet another open-source, multi-platform web browser based on Google’s Chromium.

Having a modern graphical interface, Vivaldi tries to bring the quality of Opera 12.

It includes a customizable toolbar tab with integrated menu, matching with the website color, a download manager and a mail client (it is not yet available), a speed dial page is available when a new tab is opened, a feature for restoring the closed tabs is available, a zoom button has been added, quick commands for a range of actions, including status bar toggle, tab switch and create bookmark. Also, some out of the box features are included, like: combine multiple tabs into one stack and support for note-taking within the browser.

The latest version available is Vivaldi 1.0.105.7, which comes with support for 32 bit (i386/i586/i686) systems, brings the new bookmark bar that allows the users to decide which folder to be set as bookmark bar.

Other changes:

  • TypeError: Cannot read property ‘btoa’ of undefined
  • Vivaldi://memory-redirect searches instead of showing page
  • Middle clicking in bookmarks does nothing
  • Ability to create new tab by middle mouse button (only works on mac and linux)
  • Issue Report: Wrong Ctrl+Tab behavior in ‘Recently used’ order
  • Fast forward doesn’t recognize some links
  • All tabs opened in background not accessibles with CTRL(+SHIFT)+TAB
  • Tab history wrong
  • Handle Middle Click on Speed Dial
  • Changing tab cycle order in settings is not respected until browser restart
  • Regression : Focus not set to URL field when opening new tab
  • 32-bit version for Linux
  • Cannot close browser by top right X
  • Center images
  • Spatial navigation keyboard shortcuts
  • Search keywords don’t work
  • Chrome-ext url completed in url field
  • Protocol is not copied if I copy the URL from the address bar
  • Search adds space before search term
  • Shortcuts for restoring last closed tab
  • Full-screen message stays forever

how to install Vivaldi 1.0.105.7 on 32 bit and  64 bit Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Elementary OS, Deepin, Peppermint, Pinguy OS, Linux Lite, LXLE, Debian, SparkyLinux, Crunchbang, Fedora, CentOS, OpenSUSE, Mageia, OpenMandriva, ROSA Desktop, Arch Linux, Manjaro

For now, Vivaldi 1.0.105.7 is only a daily build (snapshot) release, but new features are scheduled to get implemented.

In this article I will show you how to install Vivaldi 1.0.105.7 on 32 bit and  64 bit Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Elementary OS, Deepin, Peppermint, Pinguy OS, Linux Lite, LXLE, Debian, SparkyLinux, Crunchbang, Fedora, CentOS, OpenSUSE, Mageia, OpenMandriva, ROSA Desktop, Arch Linux, Manjaro and other systems.

Follow the instructions for your system exactly, in order to get a successful installation.

How to install Vivaldi 1.0.105.7 On 32 bit Ubuntu, Debian and derivative systems:

$ sudo apt-get install gdebi
$ wget https://vivaldi.com/download/download.php?f=vivaldi-snapshot_1.0.105.7-1_i386.deb -O vivaldi-snapshot_1.0.105.7-1_i386.deb
$ sudo gdebi vivaldi-snapshot_1.0.105.7-1_i386.deb

Optional, to remove Vivaldi, do:

$ sudo apt-get remove vivaldi-snapshot

How to install Vivaldi 1.0.105.7 On 64 bit Ubuntu, Debian and derivative systems:

$ sudo apt-get install gdebi
$ wget https://vivaldi.com/download/download.php?f=vivaldi-snapshot_1.0.105.7-1_amd64.deb -O vivaldi-snapshot_1.0.105.7-1_amd64.deb
$ sudo gdebi vivaldi-snapshot_1.0.105.7-1_amd64.deb

Optional, to remove Vivaldi, do:

$ sudo apt-get remove vivaldi-snapshot

How to install Vivaldi 1.0.105.7 on 32 bit Fedora, CentOS and derivative systems:

$ wget https://vivaldi.com/download/download.php?f=vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.i386.rpm -O vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.i386.rpm
$ sudo yum install vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.i386.rpm

Optional, to remove Vivaldi, do:

$ sudo yum remove vivaldi-snapshot

How to install Vivaldi 1.0.105.7 on 64 bit Fedora, CentOS and derivative systems:

$ wget https://vivaldi.com/download/download.php?f=vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.i386.rpm -O vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.x86_64.rpm
$ sudo yum install vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.x86_64.rpm

Optional, to remove Vivaldi, do:

$ sudo yum remove vivaldi-snapshot

How to install Vivaldi 1.0.105.7 on 32 bit OpenSUSE and derivative systems:

$ wget https://vivaldi.com/download/download.php?f=vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.x86_64.rpm -O vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.i386.rpm
$ sudo zypper install vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.i386.rpm

Optional, to remove Vivaldi, do:

$ sudo zypper remove vivaldi-snapshot

How to install Vivaldi 1.0.105.7 on 64 bit OpenSUSE and derivative systems:

$ wget https://vivaldi.com/download/download.php?f=vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.x86_64.rpm -O vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.x86_64.rpm
$ sudo zypper install vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.x86_64.rpm

Optional, to remove Vivaldi, do:

$ sudo zypper remove vivaldi-snapshot

How to install Vivaldi 1.0.105.7 on 32 bit Mageia, OpenMandriva, ROSA Desktop and derivative systems:

$ wget https://vivaldi.com/download/download.php?f=vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.i386.rpm -O vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.i386.rpm
$ sudo urpmi vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.i386.rpm

Optional, to remove Vivaldi, do:

$ sudo urpme vivaldi-snapshot

How to install Vivaldi 1.0.105.7 on 64 bit Mageia, OpenMandriva, ROSA Desktop and derivative systems:

$ wget https://vivaldi.com/download/download.php?f=vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.i386.rpm -O vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.x86_64.rpm
$ sudo urpmi vivaldi-snapshot-1.0.105.7-1.x86_64.rpm

Optional, to remove Vivaldi, do:

$ sudo urpme vivaldi-snapshot

How to install Vivaldi 1.0.105.7 on Arch Linux, Manjaro and derivative systems:

$ sudo yaourt vivaldi-snapshot

Optional, to remove Vivaldi, do:

$ sudo pacman -Rsn vivaldi-snapshot

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