November 19, 2007 · General · Email This Post

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Midori is a lightweight web browser.

Midori Features

* Full integration with GTK+2.
* Fast rendering with WebKit.
* Tabs, windows and session management.
* Bookmarks are stored with XBEL.
* Searchbox based on OpenSearch.
* Custom context menu actions.
* User scripts and user styles support.
* Extensible via Lua scripts.

Requirements: GTK+ 2.6, libsexy, WebkitGtk , libXML2

Install Midori Web Browser in ubuntu

Open your apt sources.list file for editing with the following terminal command:

gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list

Add the following two lines to the bottom of the file

deb gutsy main
deb-src gutsy main

Save and exit the file

issue the following terminal command to update apt:

sudo aptitude update

Still in the terminal, enter the following command to install the package:

sudo aptitude install midori

For Ubuntu Jaunty Usersuse the following command to install

sudo apt-get install midori

This will complete the midori web browser installation.

Using Midori

If you want to open Midori go to Aplications--->Internet--->Midori Web Browser

Once it opens you should see similar to the following screen

Midori Web Browser Version Details

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11 Comments to “Midori – a lightweight web browser”

  1. Forrest says:

    I add your repositories and try to insall midori but I keep getting unknown dependencies.

  2. admin says:

    try to run the following command and check

    sudo apt-get -f install

  3. jdarias says:

    I get this error:

    midori: symbol lookup error: midori: undefined symbol: webkit_web_settings_new

  4. W. McKemie says:

    Same trouble here with Gutsy.

  5. Skipo says:

    Same error here too, with gutsy.

  6. john says:

    Are there GPG keys for these repositories? Ubuntu gives me warning messages in bold and all caps when I try to install anything from here.

  7. Vijay says:

    Do a

    wget -q “” -O- | sudo apt-key add –

    prior to doing the

    sudo apt-get update.

  8. Ben says:

    In 9.04 it’s just there. No need to add repos. Spread the word.

  9. Someone says:

    midori: symbol lookup error: midori: undefined symbol: webkit_web_settings_new

    I think this means that you have to install the Webkit repo too – for Jaunty it’s at:

    deb jaunty main

    deb-src jaunty main

  10. rahul says:

    i like the latest version of midori

  11. Nipu011 says:

    hi ……thank you

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