Linux for 32 Bit Ubuntu



  • I would like to install Vivaldi Linux 32 Bit . Is it available for download?



  • A 32bit version for Linux is not currently available. If it ever appears it presumably will be as useless as the other Chromium clones on 32bit systems. Why? Because it no longer supports those useful 32bit plugins that we use to play multimedia files such as .mov files. All in the name of security ….... or Google monopoly.





  • @Terryphi:

    A 32bit version for Linux is not currently available. If it ever appears it presumably will be as useless as the other Chromium clones on 32bit systems. Why? Because it no longer supports those useful 32bit plugins that we use to play multimedia files such as .mov files. All in the name of security ….... or Google monopoly.

    What other Chromium clones are available on linux 32bit? I would love to give them a try



  • @ultraviolet:

    What other Chromium clones are available on linux 32bit? I would love to give them a try

    If you don't want to install the RPM packed version of Vivaldi, give a try to Otter Browser, Qupzilla and Fifth Browser.



  • Maxthon



  • You could try Slimjet. It's nothing special, but it has a few nice features and seems to be pretty stable.



  • @ramachandran Following another user's suggestion I just downloaded Maxthon .
    At first glance it looks very interesting. It is blazing fast and nicely customisable. After setting my favourite fonts, etc it renders pages beautifully. It also works with essential Netscape plugins that Chromium, Opera and Vivaldi do not.



  • What about SRWARE.net. they are providing 32bit. I don't know much details in this regard. Vivaldi seems to be fast. Moreover, it is compatible with major website in India. especially www.irctc.co.in etc.

    http://www.srware.net/downloads/iron-linux.tar.gz (32-Bit)



  • @Terryphi:

    @ramachandran Following another user's suggestion I just downloaded Maxthon .
    At first glance it looks very interesting. It is blazing fast and nicely customisable. After setting my favourite fonts, etc it renders pages beautifully. It also works with essential Netscape plugins that Chromium, Opera and Vivaldi do not.

    same here, a very nice browser



  • @ultraviolet:

    @Terryphi:

    @ramachandran Following another user's suggestion I just downloaded Maxthon .
    At first glance it looks very interesting. It is blazing fast and nicely customisable. After setting my favourite fonts, etc it renders pages beautifully. It also works with essential Netscape plugins that Chromium, Opera and Vivaldi do not.

    same here, a very nice browser

    Only thing missing is master password for hiding the viewing of saved passwords. However, that is a shortcoming of all Webkit/Blink browsers as far as I know. I doubt whether Vivaldi developers will be able to provide this using the Blink base. Time will tell.



  • @Terryphi:

    @ultraviolet:

    @Terryphi:

    @ramachandran Following another user's suggestion I just downloaded Maxthon .
    At first glance it looks very interesting. It is blazing fast and nicely customisable. After setting my favourite fonts, etc it renders pages beautifully. It also works with essential Netscape plugins that Chromium, Opera and Vivaldi do not.

    same here, a very nice browser

    Only thing missing is master password for hiding the viewing of saved passwords. However, that is a shortcoming of all Webkit/Blink browsers as far as I know. I doubt whether Vivaldi developers will be able to provide this using the Blink base. Time will tell.

    True, but, for me im the only person who touches my browser so i have no need for it



  • Sounds weird seeing the browser, known to be a shameless clone of most of the Opera GUI/Features, while running on top of the IE engine, now running on Linux



  • @The_Solutor:

    Sounds weird seeing the browser, known to be a shameless clone of most of the Opera GUI/Features, while running on top of the IE engine, now running on Linux

    As opposed to a Chromium clone with developers wasting their time on creating a CSS UI just to differentiate it from Chromium?



  • @Terryphi:

    As opposed to a Chromium clone with developers wasting their time on creating a CSS UI just to differentiate it from Chromium?

    Like this

    usa.maxthon.com/nitro/

    , you mean ? :lol:



  • @The_Solutor:

    Like this

    usa.maxthon.com/nitro/ , you mean ? :lol:

    Touché :)



  • This is a sad day if the 600+ 32 bit systems my firms support can expect an attitude of neglect, from a software manufacturer. :( If firefox can create usable apps on 32 bit so van Vivaldi. Most of the systems run xubuntu at this point. I support NO REDHAT or FEADORA users period. The firms I support are returning to 32 bit systems, (Ordered from Intel), because of the unstable nature of the 64 and 128 bit archatectures. They have tried for, in some cases, 10 years to use and migrate to 64 bit, productivity suffers, and they are tired. Now they have ordered 2.7 gh 32 bit Intel processors and motherboards. Please don't discard them because somebody decided 64 bit junk, (especially ASUS junk), is the best and most used.



  • Why you're still talking as if a 32 bit version was unavailable.

    Is just not packaged in deb form.

    Just use it, I've explained how, or be patient.


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