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Go to www.opera.com/download/guide/?os=linux (I can't post this as a link, sorry)

From there you can choose fedora and download an rpm.

You can install it by double clicking (or, using the command line, rpm -i).

Go to www.opera.com/download/guide/?os=linux (I can't post this as a link, sorry)

From there Opera's website. There you can choose fedora Fedora and download an rpm.

You can install it by double clicking (or, using the command line, rpm -i).

Go to the Linux download section of Opera's website (Opera's websitehttp://www.opera.com/download/guide/?os=linux. There you can choose ). Choose Fedora in the dropdown and download an rpm.

You can install it by double by:

  1. Double clicking (or, and using the GUI
  2. Using the command line, line program rpm: rpm -i-i opera-xxx.rpm).

  3. Using the commandline program yum/dnf: dnf install opera-xxx.rpm. yum and dnf (which is a replacement for yum) are package managers and so installing an rpm with either of them should automatically install dependencies for you.

Go to the Linux download section of Opera's website (http://www.opera.com/download/guide/?os=linux). Choose Fedora in the dropdown and download an rpm.

You can install it by:

  1. Double clicking and using the GUI
  2. Using the command line program rpm: rpm -i opera-xxx.rpm
  3. Using the commandline program yum/dnf: dnf install opera-xxx.rpm. yum and dnf (which is a replacement for yum) are package managers and so installing an rpm with either of them should automatically install dependencies for you.you (though I don't think Opera should have any dependencies so 2 and 3 will do the same thing).