Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 19th Jul 2007 18:32 UTC, submitted by Joe User
Opera Software Opera 9.22 has been released; mostly a bugfix and security release. "We released 9.22 today and it's a recommended security update. There are changelogs for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux/UNIX. Bit Torrent also received some nice improvements, so it should be quite a bit faster now."
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you are right
by 2501 on Fri 20th Jul 2007 03:16 UTC
2501
Member since:
2005-07-14

it took me about 20 seconds to install the new
version a la mala. it is not that hard to install it
"the hard way"! linux users should not have any problem with this....i hope.

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RE: you are right
by msundman on Fri 20th Jul 2007 03:42 in reply to "you are right"
msundman Member since:
2005-07-06

> it is not that hard to install it "the hard way"!
> linux users should not have any problem with this

Of course they don't. You're missing the point, as are mikesname and deathshadow. (I suspect you know this very well and are just flamebaiting.)
The point is that opera software provides opera at deb.opera.com except that it's now outdated for no proper reason. They should either keep deb.opera.com up-to-date with the download page (at least for security updates like this one), or shut it down completely.

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RE[2]: you are right
by anti on Mon 23rd Jul 2007 00:00 in reply to "RE: you are right"
anti Member since:
2006-02-01

You stopped any serious discussion right here:
"if opera software gives me the finger I might as well given them the finger, too."
That's what I call flamebaiting. But that might just be me.

Anyway, I'll pull up the lame good ol' reason. They're still serving you a security update for a free browser. If it's too much to bear that they're not updating the repo right away, and you NEED to whine about it on a public forum, you need a vacation, without 'net access.

Sorry ;)

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