There is a new repository. Currently the new dapper-commercial repository by canonical contains opera (opera 9) and realplay (realplayer 10). This new repository makes a seperate opera repository obsolete for opera users.
I quote mdz :
Software in this repository requires special permission to redistribute, so it is kept separate from the normal archive (which is mirrored globally).
I know gnome-app-install doesn’t need the dapper-commercial entry in the sources.list in order to install from it. But I think it’s more clean to have the repository in your sources.list and in this way you can also use the apt commandline tools. So I added the dapper-commercial repository to the sources.list which I recommend to desktop users :
my recommended Dapper sources.list
“HOWTO common customizations (such as multimedia) in Ubuntu Dapper” uses this sources.list
Here’s a bit more information about the new repository :
Here’s a listing of the packages the repository contains :
Here’s the forum thread about the new repository :