Re: (Debian) Opera browser
>> > Anybody have useful experience of Opera for Debian?
>> > I prefer Opera in the Windows environment as it's so fast and scalable. Is
>> > Opera for Debian like that?
I use opera for probably 95% of my web browsing under Linux. I
liked it so much I paid for two licenses.
>> I think Opera for Debian is exacly the same as opera for Win,
>> but I prefer Galeon which is free software, I think it's more
I haven't tried Galeon, but I don't have any aversion to
> I use Opera on Windows, and used it for a long time on Linux
> (redhat) until I recently upgraded to Debian and got Mozilla
> 1.0. On Linux, I think Mozilla is finally better.
Mozilla is just too big and slow on most of my machines. It
takes _forever_ to start up.
> Opera does work decently, but has a few rough edges (sometimes
> background colors are wrong, the usual problems with crummy IE-
> or Netscape-specific sites). It may use less memory than
> Mozilla (I have a lot of RAM in this box so I haven't noticed),
> but other than that I prefer Mozilla in every way.
I have found a few dorked up sites with lots of stupid
My only real complaint about Opera is that the keymap can't be
changed, so you're stuck with MS-Windows key maps (ctrl-a is
select-all rather than beginning-of-line).
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