Nowadays, there are a lot of web browsers. Most of them are cross-platform which makes them available for Linux. However, in Linux, it seems that the majority prefers Firefox, but always place for the exploration of alternatives for certain cases. We must bear in mind that the web plays a determining role in today’s society. For example, many applications are developed with the aim of being on the Internet. Or even, leisure activities such as enjoying multimedia services are done from the web browser. So knowing alternatives is never too much. So in this post, I will show you how to install Vivaldi on Fedora 30.
Vivaldi is a cross-platform web browser focused on performance and innovation. It is relatively new compared to veterans like Firefox, Google Chrome or Opera, but thanks to its speed and innovation have earned a place in many Linux users. Precisely thanks to its innovation that I like very much, for example, has been one of the first to support Razer Chroma.
So, let us start to install Vivaldi on Fedora 30.
Install Vivaldi on Fedora 30
The first thing we should do is visit Vivaldi’s website. It’s very nice and quite intuitive.
On the site, you will also find downloads for other operating systems. But, Download the RPM package.
Then wait for the file to download. It should not take long.
After that, open a terminal to install it. We will use
dnf which is Fedora 30’s package manager. This is so that in case the package requires dependencies, dnf manages them automatically. This makes the process much easier.
:~$ sudo dnf install [file_path]
Then, you can launch the application from the main menu. As you can see in the image, dnf managed some dependencies that Vivaldi needed.
So, enjoy Vivaldi.
Vivaldi is one of the best web browsers that exist today and having it installed is never a waste of time. So today you have learned to install it in Fedora 30.
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