Vivaldi for Linux ARM, including the Raspberry Pi
This link doesn't show correctly on Raspberry PI w/ Vivaldi Browser
zaibon last edited by
For me it does (see screenshot below) what get you shown instead?
I downloaded Vivaldi from fresh install and made new user account, where the article https://vivaldi.com/da/blog/vivaldi-for-raspberry-pi/?authenticate=blog didn't show some of the pictures and the link broke!
@atuaruk Please update to latest 2.5 on ARM and retry https://downloads.vivaldi.com/stable/vivaldi-stable_2.5.1525.43-1_armhf.deb
Manjaro provides a better desktop experience for the Raspberry Pi 4 using single or dual displays. There is a simple, reasonably well documented hack for installing the operating system on a high performance USB stick. This gives you 300-400 MB/sec disk transfer rates and desktop performance similar to larger traditional PC's.
An older version of Vivaldi is available from the Manjaro/Arch AUR repository. The .deb packages currently distributed by Vivaldi cannot be installed on Manjaro.
It would be helpful to have current releases of Vivaldi distributed for Manjaro, possibly with widevine support.
The "plugs" here:
Raspberry Pi 4 with 4GB memory and dual HDMI support.
Patriot Rage Elite USB stick, up to 512 GB - up to 400 MB/sec transfer.
Manjaro with full Plasma desktop.
Latest Vivaldi browser - please.
Hello great work but I can't install it on my raspberry pi 4 on kali linux 64bits version ? It works pretty well on the rasbian official distribution but it is slow.....The kali linux 64bits works very fine et much speeder. I really like vivaldi so if someone has a idea to install it on a 64bits rapberry it will be great. Many thanks
luetage last edited by
@titol Vivaldi for ARM is 32‐bit, to run it on a 64‐bit kernel you will likely need packages to support the i386 architecture. Don’t know how this works on Kali, you will have to find out for yourself.
venc last edited by
@luetage: running 32bit on 64bit arch has little sense as it is always the last resort, when no native 64bit version exists (the reasons for that are usually the app is discontinued or app development is somehow slow).