Synaptic>click on firefox>package> forced version>Apply
Remove the package, with one of the methods:
$ sudo apt-get remove packagename
$ sudo aptitude remove packagename
Install the new *.deb package:
$ sudo dpkg -i /path/to/*.deb
After you have installed the prefered version of the package (by using method 1 or method 2), do this to stop your system update your package, as root:
# echo “packagename hold” | dpkg --set-selections
Example: # echo “ruby1.8 hold” | dpkg --set-selections
http://linuxg.net/downgrade-package-in- ... nd-debian/
3xOSC wrote:I also found some here:
https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org ... _64/en-US/
Mine is the esr, you have the 17.0.1 or whatever. what's the difference between the two.
I reformatted so now i am starting with the version of FF12 .
3xOSC wrote:worked beautifully for me.
gonna see if i can make that into our guide and put it into our community archives.
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