Vivaldi for Linux ARM, including the Raspberry Pi
dakira last edited by
@an_dz: Sounds cool! How do I get on your notification list for when the source is online?
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@gersonlazaro: I hope you don't live in my area. We got enough distracted drivers.
I’ve wanted to get a Raspberry Pi for quite a while, and especially now that Vivaldi runs on it.
What would I do with it? Mostly use it as a small local cloud and media server, perhaps an Asterisk server, or maybe it will just be a simple desktop system... and for testing Vivaldi, of course!
igoutta last edited by
I just wanna learn to programm for the Raspberry Pi and uses in the next futures for my projects on ESPOL. Yes, i'm from Ecuador. It's a great thing whta you're doing with the browsing. Hope I'll be one of winners.
Alexs last edited by
I wish I could make a RasPi retro game emulator.
@dakira: I'll post here in this thread as a reply to this post.
just-jase last edited by
My next Pi project will include a Pi,a camera module, a gps module and battery pack to make it portable. I will set it all up to record locations and photos of my metal detecting finds.
energyideas last edited by
Thanks so much to Vivaldi for providing this alternative to standard browsers along with the other tools like webmail and blog. This particular blog posting on the announcement seems to be hijacked with all kinds of raspberry pi specific subjects which can easily be discussed, answered, or already answered on rasperrypi.org community discussions.
Wrote glowing review of Vivaldi for PI https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=199332&p=1243899#p1243899 . Hope this helps more people be involved with this excellent tool. Keep up the great work and support for current and future pi's.
Thank you all for the amazing ideas you shared with us over the past few days!
The competition is now closed. We'll announce the winner shortly.
Angolier last edited by
Kiosk mode enable?
kakakaya last edited by
I'm trying to show sensor's data(room's security cam, temperature, humidity and others...) with Vivaldi on RasPi. Using one tab for one room's data.
Vivaldi has nice tab tiling function, and this works so nice.
matoken last edited by
It also works lightly with Pinebook (Ubuntu 16.04 LTS arm64).
$ sudo dpkg --add - architecture armhf
$ sudo apt update
$ sudo dpkg -i ./vivaldi-stable_1.13.1008.34-1_armhf.deb
$ sudo apt install -f
#By the way I wrote a Vivaldi article on a book distributed at comicmarket 93 to be held in Tokyo this late.
#12/29(fri)東カ32a "linux searchers" "LinuxUser Maniacs 2017 winter" is.
lehello last edited by
I would like to use a RPi for managing the spare parts stock level. It would be really nice if I could drop a mail to someone, when the Stock goes below the given minimum. An other main part of the planned project is that the user can identify yourself with an RFID card.
szettner last edited by
My dad who just died was a Raspberry Pi enthusiast. Yesterday I was upgrading one of his old Ubuntu laptops and decided I was sick of Fierfox causing me grief and would install either Opera or Vivaldi. I couldn't seem to get Opera on the 32 bit computer, so I loaded Vivaldi.
I really, really like it so far. When I went to the Vivaldi FB page, I saw you had links to the Raspberry Pi. I then looked the two up together and saw you had a version for raspberry pi.
It just makes me wish he was still alive because I think he would have liked it and been delighted you were supporting his favorite computer. Iam not really a raspberry pi enthusiast myself, but I have inherited a whole fleet of them. LOL If I am going to have to make use of them, it's good to know I won't have to use Firefox.
I also just discovered Duck Duck Go recently, so it looks like there is a pattern here. It's not that I am so private per se, but I just find all the profiling and cookies and nonsense has always slowed my computers down. So I think I am going to like Vivaldi and Duck Duck Go. I'm not sure I will ever be a raspberry personality, but it does seem like its all the same community.
Anyway, thanks for the smile and for putting out a version of the browser that my dad would have enjoyed.
phool4XC last edited by
@matoken I was very happy to see your solution.
Unfortunately, "Errors were encountered while processing: vivaldi-stable:armhf" when I tried it on my Gemini 4g pda (Debian 9 arm64). After the final command, apt informed me that vivaldi will be removed.
I'm leaving this comment so that if anyone else searches for a solution to installing Vivaldi for Linux arm64, they will have a record of what did and didn't work.
@phool4xc While the ARM Linux builds are not officially supported, there is a dedicated section in the Forum where you can post questions and get assistance on a best-effort basis:
necrose99 last edited by
no arm64 for rpi3-b or rock64 4 gigs nuts... http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/ROCK64_Software_Release#Debian_Stretch_Minimal_64bit_OS_Image_.5BmicroSD_.2F_eMMC_Boot.5D_.5B0.7.8.5D
gentoo can massage the ebuild to unpackdeb... https://data.gpo.zugaina.org/gentoo/www-client/vivaldi/vivaldi-1.15.1147.64_p1.ebuild since gentoo typically builds from src's... but this case jest repacking tarball with correct metadata... could use the same
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Just no stable 1.15. Check for Snapshots
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I love your work! Great! I would like to make an addon to can see Amazon videos from browser. Thank you