Ruarí Ødegaard, who works for Opera, has put a post up with some of his thoughts on FreeBSD and Opera on FreeBSD: Some thoughts on UNIX and testing Opera on FreeBSD.
So I was actually quite excited last week when the new FreeBSD 9 RC 1 was released. Unlike with new releases of some of the Linux distros, I don’t usually have late night fears that Opera will get broken by some new major change or other.
FreeBSD has a deserved reputation for being reliable and robust and not rushing change for its own sake. Nonetheless with any OS upgrade there is always the chance that we will have to make changes to accommodate, so with the release of RC1 I figured now was as good a time as any to give it a spin.
Installing FreeBSD with the new BSDInstall went without problems and so was running Opera.
Opera is a fast and full-featured Internet browser that includes pop-up blocking, tabbed browsing, integrated searches, and advanced functions like E-mail program, RSS Newsfeeds and IRC chat. You can install Opera on FreeBSD from /usr/pors/www/opera.
Ruari’s post: Some thoughts on UNIX and testing Opera on FreeBSD
Thanks to Mark B for emailing the link.