Firefox 4 final avialable for 64bit linux

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Re: Firefox 4 final avialable for 64bit linux

Postby chrisinspace on Fri May 27, 2011 4:05 pm

TheGreatSudoku wrote:I am one of those "needs to have it RIGHT NOW" people :) That's why I bumped LMDE from testing to sid repositories.

If I could get a non-experimental version of Nautilus-Elementary in Debian I'd be using that too.

Glad my tutorial helped some people. Personally I haven't noticed any problems using FF4.


I'm still using Testing and I'm running Iceweasel 4 (Debian re-branded Firefox) just fine. I just followed the instructions here.

It is experimental, but Hadret's experimental Debian PPA has a solid version of nautilus-elementary in it. I installed it a couple of days ago and haven't had any problems to speak of.
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Re: Firefox 4 final avialable for 64bit linux

Postby TheGreatSudoku on Fri May 27, 2011 6:10 pm

not sure about a fix, but it seems this process works on LMDE, but doesn't work on Ubuntu based Mint releases. Ubuntu starts out "broken by default" and just gets worse... good luck
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