New icon for 3.5:
New icon for 3.5:
If at first you don't succeed - just buy the company and tell them to make the one you want.
It is not even similar to what you said, but that is ok.
If it is not with the regular updates from your distribution, why bother trying to upgrade the browser?
If you just want the latest and greatest software, get on the developer team and help build the next versions.
( o< -Computers do not have problems, they have users. ~ Cope57
I have installed Firefox 3.5 on Ubuntu 9.04 using the instructions set out on this website; http://www.kabatology.com/07/01/a-si...3-5-on-ubuntu/
It work's perfectly, so feel free to give it a go. as Firefox 3.5 is faster than previous with new enhancements.
Last edited by scouser73; July 6th, 2009 at 05:03 PM. Reason: ammended URL
Firefox 2 (Bon Echo Alpha 1)And Shiretoko is actually the codename for all Firefox builds that the Mozilla team uses.
Firefox 3 (Gran Paradiso)
Firefox 3.5 (Shiretoko)
Mozilla Firefox 3.6 (Namoroka)
I didn't want a clickable URL, just a quote tag.
However I believe the links URL is still intact though, if that is what you want.
As I become more familiar with Ubuntu, I become less dependent on Windows.
I've installed firefox-3.5. And it's called Firefox-3.5, not Shiretoko. I got it from www.mozilla-europe.org (I was automatically redirected there from www.mozilla.org, no doubt because I live in Europe (UK). I downloaded the Firefox-3.5 binary from here.
Strange thing is, that's what I got: a binary, and a shell-script to run the binary, and a bunch of config files and library stuff. I wasn't offered a .deb. So, to run Firefox-3.5, I've had to create a launcher to run the shell script in the "firefox" directory I now have in my home directory.
But I don't mind. 3.5 is definitely faster than 3.0, so I'm using it now. I haven't removed the previous Firefox, it doesn't take up much disk space.
Shiretoko? LOL, i thought they called the dev (or at least nightly builds) like Minefield (A nice, very good name), isn't it right O.o