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Opera doesn't start if I don't start it with sudo opera. Which can be the problem??? screen

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Could you please add what version of Ubuntu and how you install opera? –  MadMike Oct 27 '13 at 20:50

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well, After running it once as root (or via sudo) the permissions on your profile are set to be owned by root now. you should correct these permissions. change the owner of .opera and all subdirectories and files(with -R option):

sudo chown -R group_name.user_name ~/.opera

and it should work.

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It works fine. Thanks a lot ) –  L.V.A Oct 27 '13 at 21:06

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