It not to mention that as a cell phone user, Opera Mini is one of the best web browsers to you. Note that the term “Opera Mini” and “Opera” is not same. Both Product is available for multiple paltformed mobile phones. Here I am talking about “Opera Mini”. Only opera mini is only available for handheld devices where opera is available for both cellphones and desktops. However now come to our topic.

Opera Mobile Just executed on mu linux system

You can run Your Cellphone Opera Mini on your Favourite Linux without any external tool or software. Portablelinuxapp.orgdid this for you. Portablelinuxapps is the best directory for downloading many popular Linux applications in portable edition. These portable programs can be run on any Linux computer without any interruption.

Update: Recently portablelinuxapps is offering Opera Mobile instead of pure Opera mini.

How to Run Opera Mini or Opera Mobile on any Linux :

1. Go to Portablelinuxapp.org and look for the software named “Opera Mobile”. Then Download it.

2. After downloading the opera mobile double click on it to execute. As it’s a portable version, no need to install it. Just run. It should be run as follow :

Opera Mobile Just executed on mu linux system

Opera Mobile Just executed on mu linux system

Mobile Opera is running on Ubuntu Linux

Mobile Opera is running on Ubuntu Linux

Going to visit TechGainer.com from opera mobile on linux

Going to visit TechGainer.com from opera mobile on linux

TechGainer.com is running on Opera Mobile from Linux

TechGainer.com is running on Opera Mobile from Linux

These App have been tested on Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) 32-bit, OpenSUSE 11.3 (GNOME) 32-bit , and Fedora 12 (GNOME) 32-bit. It should work on all other Linux systems (by portablelinuxapp.org).

Have Fun.

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Author: 

Jaber is a Programmer and Tech Enthusiast Geek from Dhaka, Bangladesh. He is the founder and Chief-Editor of TechGainer. While he is away from his keyboard, either he's fishing or messing with wildlife. In case, you can contact him at rijans[at]techgainer[dot]com.

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