gavinhc wrote:Debian has been very slow about updating Iceweasel in the testing repos. Until very recently, the version available was still in 3.6.* branch. I get my updates from the http://mozilla.debian.net/ repository, which updates much more quickly, and if you are of the inclination to use the latest and greatest, they package beta and aurora builds along with the stable releases.
grizzler wrote:The way some distros handle updating Mozilla's products (i.e. NOT) was a serious disappointment several years ago, so I switched to the tarballs provided by Mozilla itself and never looked back. You only need to set things up once. After that, updating is simply a matter of unpacking the archive in the same location.
ThistleWeb wrote:The downside is that you need to manually create the launcher for both and they won't stay updated along with the rest of your system.
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