Install Vivaldi Browser 1.9 on Ubuntu 17.04 / LinuxMint / CentOS 7.x / Fedora

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Vivaldi is a web browser based on open source chromium project and it is available for windows, Linux and MacOSX.

It is created by the former CEO of Opera software built using modern web technologies like javascript, Node.js, React and Browserify

In this tutorial i will show you how to install the latest version 1.9 on Ubuntu 17.04 / Ubuntu 16.04 , LinuxMint 17 and Centos 7.x

Changelog in this version 1.9

This version has some new features, changes and bugfixes

New features
  • Add Ecosia as a pre-installed search engine.
  • Implement sorting.
  • Allow changing placement of extension buttons on address bar.
  • Add “Filter by Site” to panel.
  • Add “Removed Web Panels” to the context menu to access previously removed web panels. 
For the detailed changelog refer this link

Installation Steps

Note while installing if you face any dependencies issue install the below packages
sudo apt-get install libappindicator1 libindicator7 libpango1.0-0

For Debian based distributions

Vivaldi team providing the deb package from it's official download page

Step 1 : Download the deb file to your pc by using the below commands
For 64 bit
For 32 bit
Step 2 : Install it by using dpkg
sudo dpkg -i vivaldi-stable_1.9.818.44-1_amd64.deb

For Redhat base distributions

Step 1 : Download the RPM file from the download page

For 64 bit
For 32 bit
Step 2 : Install it by using rpm
rpm -Uvh vivaldi-stable-1.9.818.44-1.x86_64.rpm

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