Install Opera 26 Stable in Ubuntu 14.04

December 3, 2014 — 4 Comments

Opera Browser for Linux Goes Stable

Opera web browser for Linux finally goes stable by releasing the Opera 26 which is based on Chromium 39.

Opera for Linux is 64-bit only. It comes with all the same features as Opera for Windows and Mac, including Speed Dial, the Discover feature, Opera Turbo, bookmarks and bookmark sharing, themes, extensions and more.

An official repository for Debian/Ubuntu based system is available for receiving automatic Opera updates.

For more, see the frequently asked questions about Opera for Linux.

Opera for Linux Welcome Page

Opera For Linux BookMarks Page

Opera For Linux About Page

Install Opera 26 in Ubuntu 14.04 and Other Releases:

Just download the .deb package from the link below and click to open with Ubuntu Software Center and finally install the browser:

Download Opera Stable

While the installing process, you’ll be prompts to add the Opera Stable repository. To enable flash, just search for and install the package pepperflashplugin-nonfree from Ubuntu Software Center.

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4 responses to Install Opera 26 Stable in Ubuntu 14.04

  1. Indeed it does not work on Debian 7 due to old libs. It does however work on recent versions of just about any other distro. Even the latest RHEL.

  2. On an Intel 64 bit processor the Ubunto Software Center throws a “Wrong architecture ‘amd64′ error”.

    How does one get around that problem?

    • Your cpu maybe 64bit capable but your installed os might be 32bit hence the “Wrong architecture”.
      To check your OS architecture fire up a terminal and type “uname -i” without the quotes.
      The result for 64bit OS is x86_64.

  3. Thanks for the post :)

    BTW: your English is pretty good :)

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