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  • I recently got rid of Windows 8 and installed Fedora 23. I am quite rusty in Fedora as I haven't used linux since I used Fedora 16 awhile back. I'm basically starting from scratch and trying to learn Fedora. I believe Fedora 23 is rpm and Opera 35 is deb. How do I convert it? I really need it broken down, if that's possible, since I'm starting fresh with Linux. I downloaded Opera and I just don't know how to run it. What do I do? I'm so confused. I appreciate any and all help, thank you so very much in advance.

  • Hello,
    I have recently tried, in Fedora 23, to create an .rpm file from .deb file of latest stable Opera browser using small script rpm4opera from (I don't know if the script is safe or not, I used it at my own risk). I have failed many times, the script works fine till a moment when it isn't possible to find the resulting .rpm file, it simply didn't exist. Probably I wasn't careful with the architecture of a CPU of my old computer. The script is maybe for 64-bit architecture.
    I had no problems with the script in openSUSE 13.2 (64-bit arch.). Opera .rpm file works fine in openSUSE.
    There is also a script in named but I haven't even touched it.

  • Hi sla-sz, maybe I'm doing this wrong, but I logged into su on terminal and then put:

    git clone

    followed by:

    sudo sh opera-stable_35.0.2066.10_amd64.deb

    And it's not detecting the file although it's in my downloads folder. What am I doing wrong? I'm sorry, I'm really rusty and I'm at terminal completely confused. I feel like I'm missing a step or few.

  • ashuriena: I'm afraid, I cannot help you with the solution you tried.
    I mentioned above that have not tried that script ( so I don't know how it works. I only know how rpm4opera works. I also think that I failed many times with it, in Fedora 23, because the CPU in my laptop is of 32-bit architecture (Opera is for amd64). I also cannot promise you that I will try your solution.
    Besides the newest Opera, in my case, was opera-stable_ 34.0.2036.25 _amd64.deb so I am sorry for my misunderstanding, and inconvenience.

  • Hi @ashuriena, try the Opera 35 beta version, which is available in RPM, from here: beta&package=RPM

    More information here:

    Opera 35 will soon become the next stable version within a few weeks, so you could also wait for that if you don't want to run a beta version.

  • Ok, it would be nice if Opera hosted a Fedora repo or provided a RPM version officially, directly on the download page.

    Red-Hat distributions are very popular and deserve it as well as Debian, I think.