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Dolda, Did you build it from source? Due to it's licensing, I don't think Debian has a package for it. I'm eager to try it out even though it'll be ...
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    Dolda,

    Did you build it from source? Due to it's licensing, I don't think Debian has a package for it. I'm eager to try it out even though it'll be hard to leave Mozilla.
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    yeah, try using KDE, I have heard of problems existing in gnome, but disappearing in KDE before.

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    Build what from source? Opera? In that case, certainly not. That's the thing with Opera. It's completely closed and proprietary, and that's what I don't like about it. Plus its stability problems (it has been crashing on me like 10 times or so in these two days that I've been trying it out... it almost reminds me of my Windows days).
    I really love its speed. Really. But as it is right now, I just might go back to Mozilla anyway for these two reasons.

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    No, the crash occurs in my Linux Box's gnome desktop.
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    soooooooooooooooo??

    have you tried it in kde?

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    not yet, going to try it on KDE tonight at home, I am sneaking here in my office, ho ho ho.

    thanks anyway.

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    So Opera isn't as stable eh? Well, I think I'll stick to Mozilla.
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    Opera is very stable both in Win XP and Linux for my experience, I have only one bad experience so far, which is when I load a website, sometimes it just hangs there until the site is fully loaded, can't do anything except waiting.
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    Really? What version are you using? I'm using 7.11. Like I mentioned, it has segfaulted on me around 10 times in these last three days that I've been using it.

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    really? that's weird. I have never had it before. i am running it on gnome. it is 7.11
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