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  • Vivaldi Translator

    I regret to say that the OpenMandriva / Mageia / Rosa Linux users are still not able to enjoy the latest Vivaldi browser. :( Because, the conditions were not in place by the Vivaldi. :S And I'm so very sorry. When in fact only need to run the genhdlist2 command the directory, where are the rpm packages. This tool generate urpmi need metadata files. Because these metadata now missing. genhdlist2 generates hdlist.cz, synthesis.hdlist.cz and *.xml.lzma files used by urpmi genhdlist2 [options] dir (man genhdlist2) This command genhdlist2 any distribution referred to above can be found. But this can not be done remotely.


  • Moderator

    I don't know about rpm packages, but my deb packages update to every new version.

    KEEP IN MIND - on Linux, Vivaldi Beta versions and Vivaldi Snapshots are entirely different products, stored in different repos, and installed in different folders on the machine. So a Beta version will never update until the next Beta comes out. Every Snapshot will update to the next snapshot. There are usually about 20 snapshots, usually with substantial refinements and advancements, between Beta versions.



  • You can install it (I use Mageia), but the repository is not in a format rpmdrake recognizes and so you can't expect the system to notify you of updates.


  • Vivaldi Translator

    Of course. I understand exactly what is in the program about which I wrote. "genhdlist2"
    It monitors the dependencies, folder structure is everything. That's what.
    You just need to run a there server /etc/cron.daily


  • Vivaldi Translator

    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.
    so:
    media_config /
    repodata /
    Vivaldi-beta-1.0.344.37-1.x86_64.rpm
    Vivaldi-beta-1.0.403.24-1.x86_64.rpm
    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.

    Dear developers!
    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.


  • Vivaldi Translator

    Oops! Because I really do not picture so you do not even see. Anything tar.gz file where you can add?


  • Vivaldi Team

    @csablak:

    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.
    so:
    media_config /
    repodata /
    Vivaldi-beta-1.0.344.37-1.x86_64.rpm
    Vivaldi-beta-1.0.403.24-1.x86_64.rpm
    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.

    Dear developers!
    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


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