Salix 14.1 Fluxbox Vivaldi Browser 32 bit installation

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Salix 14.1 Fluxbox Vivaldi Browser 32 bit installation

Post by rokytnji » 20. Feb 2015, 15:17

Just posting a link to what I am trying on my Netbook Install.

I got it working OK but I have to cheat a little to launch it.
It covers a lot of details so better if I just point to the link.
I tried to make this as easy to understand as possible for others reading this.

https://vivaldi.net/forum/vivaldi-brows ... -slackware

Not really asking for help as much as just posting info in case someone needs to know.
.deb install of course was dead easy on AntiX.

I have no clue though on why vivaldi-sandbox did not recognize my permission changes on it though.
Problem is probably a bug in their young browser application.
Which is still in it's beginning stages as far as I know.

Some features of this browser

http://www.alltechflix.com/5-power-feat ... r-vivaldi/

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Re: Salix 14.1 Fluxbox Vivaldi Browser 32 bit installation

Post by bobo » 9. Mar 2015, 16:34

Thanks for the post, i installed Vivaldi in my other OS (debian testing) and I'm playing with it, it looks interesting and the goals of it for the users sounds right on the spot.

Thanks again rocky, i appreciate it.
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Re: Salix 14.1 Fluxbox Vivaldi Browser 32 bit installation

Post by rokytnji » 10. Mar 2015, 00:00

bobo wrote:Thanks for the post, i installed Vivaldi in my other OS (debian testing) and I'm playing with it, it looks interesting and the goals of it for the users sounds right on the spot.

Thanks again rocky, i appreciate it.
I updated my thread there. I changed uninstall procedure to a better way IMO.
Funny part is. I just updated yesterday.
Then had to update again today.

It would be nice if they packaged a Slackware package, but, I have thick skin, and need the practice.
Thanks for the appreciation. :)

Edit: The turning off of sandbox still bugs me a little though.

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harry[opt]$ ls -l
total 4
drwxr-xr-x 3 root  root    65 Oct 16 19:53 dropbox
drwxr-xr-x 3 root  users   23 Mar  9 18:08 vivaldi
drwxr-xr-x 5 harry users 4096 Mar  9 18:10 vivaldi-snapshot

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