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Opera is a full-featured Internet tool, most notably a fully standard conforming Web browser. Opera includes pop-up blocking, tabbed browsing, integrated searches, and advanced functions like a password manager, mouse gestures, native Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) support, an email program, RSS newsfeeds, and IRC chat. It is designed to be fast and highly customizable.


If you want to install opera web browser you need to download the latest version from here you can select which version of ubuntu (Dapper,Edgy etc) you are using and click on download

Now you should be having the opera_9.10-20061214.6-shared-qt_en_i386.deb(current stable) package it might be diffrent once opera release any new version

Install Opera Web Browser in Ubuntu

Now you need to install opera .deb package using the following command

sudo dpkg -i opera_9.10-20061214.6-shared-qt_en_i386.deb

This will complete the installation

Now you need to go to Applications—>Internet–>Opera and you can see in the following screen

If you try to open for the first time you should see the following screen here click on i agree

Opera web Browser in action

Opera web Browser Version Details

This is one way to install opera web browser and you can use canonical commercial source list to install opera web browser.

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14 Comments to “Install Opera Web Browser in Ubuntu”

  1. claudette says:

    I had opera installed and working just fine on ubuntu, then I had to turn power off and back on and afterwards could not get back into opera through apps or terminal it says it is locked……..???????

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  2. Mohan says:

    it made by job that simple ;)

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  3. Mehboob Sadicote says:

    Thank you for taking the time. Wouldn’t double-clicking on the deb file suffice? It did for other deb packages, like RealPlayer.

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  4. prabhu says:

    hi………
    where to type command in ubuntu……

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    admin Reply:

    go to Applications > Accessories > Terminal and type the commands

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  5. Randy says:

    looks like it’s a self installing package now.
    just download and when it’s finished it gives you the option to open it with GDebi package installer.
    no more need to open up a terminal etc.

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  6. chuck says:

    run this command and get the error :
    sudo dpkg -i opera_9.10-20061214.6-shared-qt_en_i386.deb

    dpkg: error processing opera_9.10-20061214.6-shared-qt_en_i386.deb (–install):
    cannot access archive: No such file or directory
    Errors were encountered while processing:
    opera_9.10-20061214.6-shared-qt_en_i386.deb

    where can I get the dpkg ?

    Chuck

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  7. Randy says:

    Chuck,
    go to opera’s website and download the new 10.10 on the home page.
    it will ask you what kind of package you want.
    choose “debian”. then click the download button.
    then it will ask you if you want to open it or save it.
    (like windows does)
    when it’s done downloading double click it to open. it will ask you if you want to open it with “gnome-open” (for me it does anyway)
    then it opens a package installer. looks just like the ones that install the software you choose in the Ubuntu software center.

    it works very similar to a microsoft windows download would.

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  8. Randy says:

    I see I made it sound a little confusing

    1. go to opera home page
    2. click the download button for 10.10
    3. now here is where it asks you which package you want. choose “debian”

    4. then click the download button
    5. choose to save or open
    6. open the download by clicking on it when it’s finished downloading if you chose to save the file.
    if you chose to open it will open the package installer automatically.

    at this point it’s just like the package installer used in the ubuntu software center.
    click install and it installs itself.

    (this is how all linux stuff should be!)

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  9. mzsade says:

    I have found that even though google-chrome seems slightly faster when surfing between sites and loading images, the download times are much slower than firefox, and the difference is noticeable with my relatively slow connection. I would prefer to stick with the default browser.

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  10. Faleye Ebenezer says:

    Pls i am unable 2 install my opera 5

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  11. Faleye Ebenezer says:

    If i try to install it it wil just be telling me that unable to connect/install that i should check my network settings.

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  12. Randy says:

    faleye,
    does any of your other browsers work?

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  13. Anthony says:

    Hi, all. If I download the deb file, then try to have Feisty open it, I receive the error message “The file may be corrupted or you are not allowed to open the file. Check the permissions of the file.” I am the SU of this computer, so that means I should be able to open it–right? I am the owner and can read and write; I have “Allow Executing file as program” ticked.
    I don’t understand why, but when I type “su” into the terminal and try to type the pw, I get the message that authentication failed; if I type “sudo -i”, then I get to be su–# instead of a $. Since this method works, I am wondering why the trouble with the “su” command?
    The main problem is with Opera, since I can type the command for SU that works. I am a newbie to FF, and Linux, in general–I tried Natty on my parent’s computer, I was able to do stuff, so I don’t think I’m helpless with Linux.
    Thanks,
    Anthony

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