> Hi there,
> I installed Opera 8.50 on a Debian testing (etch) box and
> got the error message cited below. The package was
> opera_8.50-20050916.6-shared-qt_en_etch_i386.deb .
> I have the lesstif2 package installed.
> Next, I downloaded and installed the Opera package for Debian
> stable (sarge), opera_8.50-20050916.5-shared-qt_en_sarge_i386.deb,
> which works without the error.
> Well, I'm happy with this for the moment, but since difference
> between the stable and testing distributions becomes wider
> and wider as time goes on, I'd eventually like to switch to
> the etch version of opera. Could someone tell me what's wrong
> with the etch version?
> By the way, although I didn't mind the add banner, 8.50 is
> a huge boost when I recommend Opera to friends! Before, I
> had to add, ". . . the only potential drawback is the
> add banner," after praising Opera.
> === error message on start up =========================
> Opera encountered a problem during plug-in setup.
> Plug-ins will not work properly.
> Check your installation.
> Could not start plug-in executable 'operamotifwrapper'.
> Please install Motif.
> Plug-in path
> (Path can be modified in Preferences dialog)
Try to execute /usr/lib/opera/plugins/operamotifwrapper-2 from the
command line. It should tell you that it is a helper application for
The error message essentially means that none of the
operamotifwrappers would run, so I just want to be sure that
operamotifwrapper-2 really does work.