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slackware:opera [2012/08/24 20:13 (UTC)]
kookiemonster created
slackware:opera [2012/09/03 08:13 (UTC)] (current)
jprzybylski Added additional methods of getting Opera
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 If you want to very latest version, you can visit [[http://my.opera.com/ruario/blog/2012/08/13/opera-12-01-for-slackware|ruari's blog]].  If you want to very latest version, you can visit [[http://my.opera.com/ruario/blog/2012/08/13/opera-12-01-for-slackware|ruari's blog]]. 
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 +Alternatively, you can get a Slackware-compatible official release from Opera's [[http://www.opera.com/browser/download/|download]] page. It comes with a script to install opera to a location of choosing (the default choice of /usr/local is good - if you try to install as a user other than root, it will recommend installing to $HOME/.local) as well as an uninstall script. However, opera includes no update mechanism - you will have to download and install new versions by hand.
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 +Finally, one can use the script [[http://my.opera.com/ruario/blog/2010/12/26/automatic-conversion-of-opera-generic-linux-packages-into-slackware-format|op2slk]] to download the latest Opera version and convert it to a Slackware package for later (un)installation.
  
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