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3rd Party Repository: Opera

This repository is available for: Stable 

Title: Opera Browser

Opera Repository.

Daily Build: no

Setup key with:

wget -O - | sudo apt-key add -

Setup repository with:

sudo sh -c 'echo "deb stable non-free" >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/opera.list' 
Setup package with:
sudo aptitude update 
sudo aptitude install opera


PPA History All Versions of "opera"

Most recent updates in Opera PPA (Stable)

Date Package Version
2015-03-25 14:08:51 UTC opera-beta 29.0.1795.26
2015-03-24 12:08:39 UTC opera-developer 30.0.1812.0
2015-03-19 14:09:06 UTC opera-beta 29.0.1795.21
2015-03-18 13:09:39 UTC opera-stable 28.0.1750.48
2015-03-17 16:09:09 UTC opera-developer 29.0.1795.14

Opera Versions in Opera PPA

UbuntuUpdates arbitrarily picked opera as the main package of this PPA.

Package Release Latest Version Latest Update
opera stable 12.16.1860 2013-07-04 12:09:21 UTC

Packages in PPA for Stable

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Head packages

opera-beta opera-developer opera-next opera opera-stable

Dependent packages


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Older Comments

Following the instructions above didn't irremedially screw up my whole system, but the procedure didn't come off quite as expected. After performing the setup-key command in a terminal, I got the following (translations from the Swedish in parentheses) :

«Slår upp [Looking up] [sudo] password for mhenriday: Ansluter till [Connecting to]||:80... ansluten [connected]. HTTP-begäran [request] skickad [sent], väntar på svar [awaiting response]... 200 OK Längd [Length]: 2441 (2,4K) [application/pgp-keys] Sparar till [Saving to]: "STDOUT"

100%[======================================>] 2 441 --.-K/s på 0,001s

2010-10-15 10:37:36 (1,93 MB/s) - skrevs till standard ut [out] [2441/2441]»

and froze there. I then opened a new terminal and entered the «sudo sh -c 'echo "deb stable non-free" >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/opera.list'» command, with the following result :

«sh: Syntax error: newline unexpected»

I then tried «sudo sh -c 'echo "deb stable non-free"
/etc/apt/sources.list.d/opera.list'» and received this encouraging notice :

«sh: /etc/apt/sources.list.d/opera.list: Permission denied»

after which I gave up and installed the latest version of Opera manually. The strange thing is that I now see « stable non-free» and « stable non-free» listed among my repositories and the Opera key listed under «Authentication». I wonder if this means that coming Opera updates will automatically be offered for installation....


posted at 2010-10-15 08:55:24 UTC by mhenriday (

same happened to myself, error message "newline unexpected" was caused by the cut and paste, put a new line in.Therefore,take your cursor back to where the new line is "/etc/apt" and so on,press backspace, and that should fix it

posted at 2011-06-28 07:41:37 UTC by chrisedward


posted at 2011-09-29 02:41:19 UTC by Luis Alberto D'Ardis

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