What this says to me is that ARM-64 is not considered stable yet and hence only available in unstable (snapshot) builds. Possibly they just don't have enough testers yet, though you could ask @Ruarí about that. (As far as I know, he's the main guy in charge of Linux builds.)
thanks, i was using winX and linux mint, but i'm playing with fedora and korora now. might there happen to be a backend difference in the way my package managers handle the versions? such as support for openvpn, p2p, TLS 1.2/AES256? (fedora/korora23-86_64 mint17.3-64).
LINUX - When closing Vivaldi, there is always a process that remains unkilled, related to Flash AFAIU :```
/opt/vivaldi-snapshot/vivaldi-bin (...) --ppapi-flash-path=/usr/lib64/chromium/PepperFlash/libpepflashplayer.so --ppapi-flash-version=22.214.171.1246
I was having this issue just a couple weeks ago; I also noticed vivaldi was eating a portion of my CPU & I/O, and some things were temporarily freezing for no real reason. I thought maybe it was due to a snapshot, so I fell back a couple versions, removed all instances of pepper flash, re/moved my configs, etc…
In the end I came across a thread (not sure which one anymore) where this was experienced on a much older build and was supposedly 'fixed' since… I'm pretty sure I ended up killing vivaldi and removing "~/.config/vivaldi-snapshot/Default/Top Sites-journal" to solve it.
Just remember to edit Vivaldi's .desktop launcher again after you upgrade Vivaldi. You will lose changes.
Here's a command to do it easily:
sudo sed -i '/^[/a StartupWMClass=vivaldi-preview' /usr/share/applications/vivaldi-beta.desktop[/code]
Found an EZ way to install pepperflash for Vivaldi on Ubuntu 14.04
Go to http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2014/06/install-pepper-flash-chromium-ubuntu-14-04
From the responses I read, looks like its working for most those that try it. Just make certain to shut the browser down before installing. Flash worked fine after restarting Viva.
FYI, had no problem installing flash on Windows7-64-bit, but on both Ubuntu and Windows7, the player needs to be manually started. Therefore, need to learn how to configure Viva for automatic starting. Same player will start automatically using other browsers.
I downloaded all three available packages, and I create repo files for Mageia / OpenMandriva / Linux Rosa.
The three files in the directory media_config, which also creates the command.
Vivaldi snapshot 1.0.403.20-1.x86_64.rpm
If someone takes the trouble, and looking in, you can see that there are no problems with the beta package, or snapshot packages.
Well also would look if it were not possible resolved.
The genhdlist2 command creates repo files, that can be found in any of the distributions listed in this. It handles dependencies also.
But as long as these files are missing, they can not be added my distribution.
I appreciate your work, but it really be so difficult to solve?
Unfortunately, only images can be added. so I rename them, but you must take us a .jpg extension.
On Linux there's a lot of distros to cover for us, but we will take a closer look at this now and hopefully have a sensible answer very soon!
//Christian - Vivaldi Technolgies
Thank you guys for helping us pick bugs off Vivaldi! Although we are going through the forums it's always better to get bugs formally added to our bug tracker at https://vivaldi.com/bugreport/
As for help we are working on a help system. However, there's a lot of great tips and help here: http://vivalditips.com/ thanks to some of our dedicated users. Consider this a shout-out to them!
//Christian - Vivaldi Technologies
I did remove Lastpass and then added it again according to instructions and it works here on both Linux and Windows. Just got done testing on both with the exact same version of Vivaldi and the Lastpass extension I know some refinements to Lastpass are being worked on right now. Hopefully that will iron out most of the problems people are seeing with this very popular extension.
And while I'm at it, we have a bug reporting tool at https://vivaldi.com/bugreport/ But you guys know that already, right? :)o
//Christian - Vivaldi Technologies
If your Chrome install is on another computer and all you need is the bookmarks you can export your Chrome bookmarks with Menu > Bookmarks > Bookmarks Manager. Then Organize > Export Bookmarks to HTML file….. In Vivaldi you can then import the bookmarks with Ctrl+Alt+D choose 'Bookmarks HTML File' from the dropdown menu and import your bookmarks by pointing to the file you exported from Chrome. All browsers that can spit out an HTML bookmark file can be used in this manner.
//Christian - Vivaldi Technologies.
I understand, but bookmarks TAB are usually reviewed and can hold UP to 15 favorites. I have at least 35 into folder 270 link.
Therefore, there is the sidebar. Easily accessible and transparent. F4
Now I click on the folder in front of the small triangle, there will be two.
1. I think the 'Autoplay' setting in YouTube means something different. It's about wether you want that YouTube automatically plays another video after finishing the current one. (I never had turned it on anyway.)
I'll try it with the latest snapshot.