Install the PeppermintOS Ice application on Kubuntu

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Ice is an application that allows you to deal with web applications like your ordinary desktop applications under, of course, one condition, that you have working Internet Connectivity. It, simply, runs an instance of one of your system available browsers and you are able to make it isolated from other cookies and history settings.

This application is found as a part of PeppermentOS and it should be installed easily with all Debian based Linux distributions including Kubuntu.

First, you have to download the latest Debian package of the application. Go to PeppermentOS section on Launchpad and look for the latest release of PeppermentOS link there. (Currently it is Pepperment 10 respin). Click the link and you will find a list of packages, one of them is ice. Click on the link found at the top right corner of the list named “View Package details” to get another list for details in which you will find a downloadable link to the Debian package of the Ice application. Now, you will find the detailed list with an item named “ice-x.y.z”, where x.y.z is the version of the application , click on that item to reveal some details including at the end section named “Package files” where you will find a file item with .deb extension, click on its link to download it.

After downloading the file right click on it and choose “Open with QApt Package Installer“. It will install some Python’s dependencies and the application will be ready to use.

Screen shot of Ice

First look at Vivaldi blogs

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This is my first post on my new Vivaldi blog. It looks neat blogging application for the first time. I have performed quick customisation for the look and feel of my new blog. I found the process is clear and easy to be maintained.

In the next days, I will do more tests and I will get deeper with Vivaldi blog experience that I think it will promising.

Hello world!

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Welcome to your new Blog! We’re really excited to see what you do with it.

This draft post is here to show you what your posts will look like and to give you a few tips on getting started. Feel free to edit it, delete it or keep it saved as a draft for reference later.


If you’re familiar with WordPress, you’ll be right at home. To get started creating your own posts head to your Dashboard and click Add New to bring up the editor. Fill it up with whatever you choose; it could be a recipe, a review of a new product you love, or simply a new idea that needs to be shared with the world. The world is your oyster.

Hit Publish and that’s it – your post will be live and ready for reading.

The new post will be included in the Reader of other members and may also make an appearance on the Community front page, (

P.S. Don’t forget to share your new creation far and wide! Tag Vivaldi (on Twitter or Facebook) and we’ll help you spread the word about your new blog.


There are a number of ways to customize the look of your new Blog. Head to you site’s Admin Dashboard to adjust the theme, site icon, header images, page layouts, custom widgets and much more. Many of these settings can be found in the Appearance menu.


To import content from another blog, select Tools > Import from menu in your dashboard. Right now there are importers for WordPress, Blogger and Tumblr. If you’d like to import content from another service, let us know!


What is the Vivaldi Community?

A place for our friends to hang out online. We want to create a place where people can publish, read and discuss ideas with likeminded folks from around the world. We hope you like it.

Do I have to use Vivaldi’s browser to be here?

No. Many Community members use our browser. But many don’t. Everyone is welcome.

What’s included?

Every member gets a free webmail account (, access to the Vivaldi Forums and a free Blog with a custom domain (

What’s the catch?

We have no plans to monetize, share your data or start charging for any of these services. The Community is simply a way for us to give back something to our users. No catch.

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Enjoy, and welcome!