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I do my email using Opera. Opera is fast as a browser and it's convenient to open web links from emails in the same application.
A few days ago, I had an email disaster. I had just switched from internet work to email only to find, much to my horror, that all my current and previously stored emails had disappeared. Somewhat surprisingly, Opera's email client continued to work normally in terms of downloading and manipulating new emails. I had not been backing up the .opera directory....
ERROR with rpm_check_debug vs depsolve:
rpmlib(PayloadIsXz) is needed by opera-11.60-1185
(1, [u'Please report this error in http://bugs.centos.org/set_project.php?project_id=16&ref=http://bugs.centos.org/bug_report_page.php?category=yum'])
If you run into the above warning and are unable to get Opera installed the you should be aware of how Opera responded:
Finally I've managed to set this up.
Putting my experience here, hoping it will help someone and would be on top of google results.
There are reasons for me to keep 9.64 instead of using 10.x versions. The one reason is that opera 9.64 is somehow more secure, since, most users usually upgrade to newer version (since opera is not windows/linux-bundled) and newer versions look nicely. I don't need new functionality that is bundled with 10.x tree, the other reason for why I'm...