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lwrver wrote:Ever since I upgraded to Firefox 6 in my LM9 it occasionally will not terminate firefox-bin when I exit the program. The next time I try to start firefox it gives an error message that says "firefox-bin is still running" and will not allow firefox to start until I manually kill the process. Why is this happening? Any ideas?
XPCOMGlueLoad error for file /home/brad/bin/firefox-aurora/libxpcom.so:
libxul.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Couldn't load XPCOM.
linuxviolin wrote:...click on "Look for updates" in the window "About Aurora" in the Help menu. There is an update every day. ...
aes2011 wrote:Also, if they're daily, can you tell me the approx. size of the updates? TIA!
vrkalak wrote:aes2011 wrote:Also, if they're daily, can you tell me the approx. size of the updates? TIA!
Unfortunately, when you download/install an update, it is the entire Mozilla/Firefox-browser package ... last time I updated was to Firefox version 9.0 and it was somewhere around 26 Mb.
You might check in the Mozilla/Firefox Support Forums, they might be able to tell you more > http://forums.mozillazine.org/
aes2011 wrote:... I will post today's update size later....
aes2011 wrote:What I did day before even though many people don't advise was to download the Aurora tar from Mozilla (not from any ppa) and extract it to a folder in my home directory and allowed for automatically check for updates and to prompt me when an update is available. Yesterday, it updated and that was just ~830 kb. I will post today's update size later. Sometimes, there is a re-spin in which case there will be a "full" update, ~ 17MB in case of Aurora. I now use Aurora all the time but it uses the profile it finds in .mozilla from my regular Firefox install.
aes2011 wrote:Today's update was 854 kB. It does appear to me that getting the Aurora direct from Mozilla as opposed to getting it from a ppa will allow for daily delta updates on most days. I'm not seeing any serious disadvantage in this approach.
There is no disadvantage at all. And it's cleaner also ...
vrkalak wrote:The system - just upgraded to using Firefox-10a2 . . . what comes next ??
vrkalak wrote:... To see what Mozilla gives us for next year.
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E: Type 'https://launchpad.net/~mozillateam/+archive/firefox-stable' is not known on line 6 in source list /etc/apt/sources.list
E: The list of sources could not be read.
apt-get update && apt-get install firefox && apt-get upgrade