@bpz said in Raspberry Pi 4 8 GB running Ubuntu 20.10 Problems installing Vivaldi Browser:
So, to get the 64-bit package:
has a newer vivaldi-stable arm64 been released ???
I tried snapshots newer than v3.4 on my rpi4 ubuntu 21.04 64 bit but the performance was not as good as with vivaldi-stable_3.4.2066.106-1_arm64 ...
thanks folks for your help !
PS : oops my bad I just downloaded https://vivaldi.com/download/vivaldi-stable_arm64.deb and I got vivaldi-stable_4.1.2369.11-1_arm64.deb 😉 ... seems to work good ! 🙂
Vivaldi 220.127.116.11 - Manage bookmarks
1. In the sidebar, right-click the new folder can not be created.
2. When I click the icon, and you'll get up, it is created. But naming is if I type fast, you can leave out letters.
3 Links in the bookmarks to click two to open up.
4. There is no way to sort order.
5. Save webpage folder selected in the sidebar is not possible.
6. In the search field can not be typed quickly as slow to respond.
7. All Collapse folder - you can not see the subfolders, because the main folder is closed.
Eliminating these problems, we get closer to the 12.x's bookmark manager. 🙂
Glad to hear it. 😉
No, in my experience (on Windows), each developer release has been very stable and better than the previous. There have been occasional reports of severe crashiness, etc. with new releases, but my impression is that those are mostly isolated instances and it is sometimes difficult to know what might be involved.
The whole browser is probably best thought of as alpha (or even pre-alpha) as many new features are still being developed and added (to me, beta means mostly feature-complete, and just debugging), so it makes sense to keep pretty current as many bugs reported in the forums are problems those who are keeping pretty current have already forgotten about.
FWIW, a "cautious" approach might be to wait a day or two after each new release and monitor the Disqus comments on the Team blog for that release for any serious problems. I also like to use the standalone installation option, making it easy to revert to a previous version if a new one doesn't work out.
I'm glad that I was able to install the extension imagus, but that was not good that the bookmark manager is going wrong.
Slow and omit letters.
Did not there makes which i would like, and the lack of ABC sort by not.
Some minutes after posting this topic, a new snapshot of Vivaldi appeared in my software updates. I realized just now that this new version (18.104.22.168) fixed that issue.
However, video framerate of recent Flash Player is crap; the older flash plugin used on Firefox works alright. I don't understand it at all… This must be due that old problem of Flash x Linux.
that will only allow the installation of unsigned packages, not provide a method of "verifying" the source of the package.
To restate slidecrank's suggestion "disable security"
Better solution is for Vivaldi to sign the packages
Confirmed, flash is DISABLED by DEFAULT.
To reenable it, start it from command line:
```The above command works on Debian/Ubuntu.
Thanks for this workaround! it works on Linux Mint 17.1.