It is because opera has to open gnome-keyring in order to get the passwords it has stored in it.
You have 3 ways to solve it
a) Make opera NOT use gnome-keyring, by launching it like so
b) Make gnome-keyring's password blank (kinda dangerous if you store other stuff on it too, e.g. it stores the credentials for my samba server here), like so
c) Don't store credentials on the browser at all. Go to
and set every sub menu under autofill (passwords, payment methods and addresses and more) to not save anything
Solutions a and c will erase all your stored passwors obviously.
@Tcll said in When are we getting DoH??:
I'm sure you guys can implementent DoH using CloudFlare before they can...
It's here (in developer update, at least): https://blogs.opera.com/desktop/2019/09/opera-65-0-3430-0-developer-update/
In this developer release there is a flag in opera:flags (opera://flags/#opera-doh) that enables DNS over HTTPS (DoH) through Cloudflare’s 22.214.171.124 server. It is still experimental but please turn it on and let us know about your experience. Note that if requests can’t be handled by Cloudflare, we will still fallback to your local DNS server. This is so you can still use Opera on internal networks or behind firewalls.
Hi, first post here
@pinportal Thanks for the solution. It worked!
I wrote a script to "upgrade" Opera according to your instructions:
Hope this helps!
@vickanna said in Better integration in GNOME 3.32:
Context-menu –Right-clicking Opera Icon in Gnome Desktop– is expected to be exhibited according to system language currently in use, here Finnish for instance.
Same thing when system language is pt-br
@jwalker8 have you tried running the command,
sudo cp /usr/lib/chromium-browser/libffmpeg.so /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/opera/libffmpeg.so
It requires a recent version of Google Chrome and Opera. This provides a support fix for Netflix, YouTube and Amazon Video.
Sorry, I believe that I misunderstood your original note. I thought that you simply did not like the menu being in the "top of screen" position rather than the application's title bar (I'm with you on that) so i suggested that the double-click on the Opera side panel was at least the easy way to switch back and forth and get the menu when needed. The "O" button was there at one point but that seems to have been abandoned.
At any rate, on my system settings/appearance/behavior the "in the menu bar" & "always displayed" does at least work for Opera, but the fact that it then puts every program's menu there (that does not have a menu "button") at the screen top means that I stick with "windows title bar" & "always displayed" that and just do the double-click for Opera, for me the easiest way to toggle full screen.
On my boxes (combinations of 16.04, 18.04 Unity and Gnome) Chrome on most boxes seems to be operating like Opera with no window menu, Firebird and Chromium work just fine, Vivaldi uses a menu button. I have a few other browsers and Windows 10 but this note is far too long already..
At least I can get it title bars somewhere on them all. Bummer for you.
@leocg said in m3u8 broken in 65.0.3425.0:
@netlord Maybe the site is sending a different file to Opera?
No, but this pointed me to the right direction.
I have different addons installed in the browser.
In opera I also have https://gitlab.com/KevinRoebert/ClearUrls
This causes the problem.
I will disable this now.
Can be closed.