Hey guys you are rock! I really luv Vivaldi UI and experience but please give some luv to FreeBSD OS.
I'm also a FreeBSD UNIX user (also OpenBSD), but I fear we'll have to have quite some patience there. They'll need to get it to a level where it's at least stable and relatively well-working first. Then Android/iOS/etc. to get into Business.
I guess after Windows, Linux, MacOS X and all mobile operating systems may come FreeBSD UNIX. If at all. I wouldn't get my hopes up high on that front though, FreeBSD is still quite "obscure" as a desktop OS.
Would be awesome though. For now, I'm using the native BSD version of Opera 12 for that.
Would love to be able to run Vivaldi on OpenBSD/FreeBSD.
Let us know if there's anything we can do to help make it happen.
Seems here is a post missing for 2016. So here it is.
Would like to have it running natively on FreeBSD too.
If you have a link to the source for me I would try to compile it… hint hint
Yes, unfortunately. That's why I wrote"hint".
There are also other small bugs, which could be solved really quick if there would be the source.
Anyway. Main point is still up:
Please grep a (virtual) box and let it build on/for FreeBSD.
Here are two links for already prepared VirtualBox images:
- http://virtualboxes.org/images/freebsd/ (FreeBSD 7.1 [+ xfce4])
- ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releases/VM-IMAGES/10.2-RELEASE/amd64/Latest/ (FreeBSD 10.x & 11 but probably without Xorg/GUI)