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This is the Midori unofficial wiki page.
 
  
 
== What is Midori? ==
 
== What is Midori? ==
 
Midori is a very powerful GTK+2 browser based on webkit, which aims to be simple, fast and snappy. Yet it's not very popular but it's really powerful.
 
Midori is a very powerful GTK+2 browser based on webkit, which aims to be simple, fast and snappy. Yet it's not very popular but it's really powerful.
  
== How can I install it? ==
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==Installing==
The installation is pretty simple. As for many other packages you'll just need to do:
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{{Package Official|Midori}} is available in the ['''extra'''] repo. Install by running:
  pacman -S midori
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  # pacman -S midori

Revision as of 20:12, 12 February 2011

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Notes: please use the first argument of the template to provide more detailed indications. (Discuss in Talk:Midori#)

What is Midori?

Midori is a very powerful GTK+2 browser based on webkit, which aims to be simple, fast and snappy. Yet it's not very popular but it's really powerful.

Installing

Template:Package Official is available in the [extra] repo. Install by running:

# pacman -S midori