Firefox Updated to the Latest :)

Firefox Updated to the Latest :)

Postby jordan » 24 Oct 2014, 15:49

Nice to see Point 2.3.1 now has the latest and greatest Firefox, version 33. :D

Thanks!
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Re: Firefox Updated to the Latest :)

Postby Maroman » 25 Oct 2014, 07:32

jordan wrote:Nice to see Point 2.3.1 now has the latest and greatest Firefox, version 33. :D

Thanks!

but ironically, there is the newer version at the moment. changes so fast. errors? maybe switching directly to mozilla deb repository to install iceweasel instead?

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Re: Firefox Updated to the Latest :)

Postby jordan » 25 Oct 2014, 13:20

Maroman wrote:but ironically, there is the newer version at the moment. changes so fast. errors? maybe switching directly to mozilla deb repository to install iceweasel instead?


A big issue was fixed: "Firefox displays a black screen at start-up with certain graphics drivers."

Release notes here: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/33.0.1/releasenotes/
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Re: Firefox Updated to the Latest :)

Postby Maroman » 27 Oct 2014, 04:33

thanks Jordan. fortunately the said driver bug does not concern me.

but the only solution to have the latest ff is to install Mozilla compiled one. as a matter of fact it's portable application. moreover this version has auto-update functionality. installation needs only download, extract, new soft link and desktop file.

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Re: Firefox Updated to the Latest :)

Postby Maroman » 29 Oct 2014, 04:39

and next :crazy:
33.0.2: Fix a startup crash with some combination of hardware and drivers

haste? quality problems?

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Re: Firefox Updated to the Latest :)

Postby richdb » 06 Nov 2014, 09:12

When do we get Firefox 33.0.2 ???
Any idea Peter?
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Re: Firefox Updated to the Latest :)

Postby Maroman » 06 Nov 2014, 10:56

richdb wrote:When do we get Firefox 33.0.2 ???
do you have any problems with ff 33? both version functionally are the same. the last one maintains some driver issues (read the realese). seems that case is rather exceptional. if you want to keep always the newest you can install as described above (I'm currently keeping both versions - one from PL repo and one directly from Mozilla). if you install Mozilla's version you do not need Peter and worry about updates. all is done automatically.

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Re: Firefox Updated to the Latest :)

Postby richdb » 06 Nov 2014, 14:46

It is more that firefox is official deliver with PL, so then it is a good point to bring out updates. It keeps the distro alive for the users.
For myself I use Iceweasel ;)
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Re: Firefox Updated to the Latest :)

Postby Maroman » 07 Nov 2014, 04:49

richdb wrote:It keeps the distro alive for the users.

and there is fourth version in two weeks.
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I'd rather prefer one but good and stable.
richdb wrote:For myself I use Iceweasel ;)

it's good idea. changes are not so fast for standard Debian compiled ff/iw (of course issues are the same because there is no difference between them). adding Mozzila's Debian repo gives the newest version.

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Re: Firefox Updated to the Latest :)

Postby Maroman » 08 Jul 2015, 11:46

thx for upgrading to version 39 :Yahoo!:

and new pointlinux release? all together I have taya 2.3.2. great.

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