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  1. Re: Install The Newest Firefox ppa with command "add-apt-repository" (9.10 & above)

    Well stated summary of "Why Firefox". Chrome (among other things) seems to have shaken up the Firefox developers in a positive way. I had more or less consigned Firefox 3+ to irrelevancy, except for...
  2. Re: Install The Newest Firefox ppa with command "add-apt-repository" (9.10 & above)

    Got it, and my strategy of checking the "don't update" box for ff 3.6+ worked -- no Namaroka. Unfortunately 4.09b breaks Adblock Plus 3.1.2, Better Privacy 1.48.3, and Blacksheep 1.5. The perils of a...
  3. Re: Install The Newest Firefox ppa with command "add-apt-repository" (9.10 & above)

    Thanks for another useful tip. I'm guessing you are referring to Synaptic in a release other than Lucid, as I am seeing a slightly different path to this option.

    Mark package for installation >...
  4. Re: Install The Newest Firefox ppa with command "add-apt-repository" (9.10 & above)

    I'm pretty sure that the first thing I did upon encountering the dependency error was to do a complete uninstall of firefox-4.0, followed by what you suggest; no dice.

    I'm assuming that...
  5. Re: Install The Newest Firefox ppa with command "add-apt-repository" (9.10 & above)

    It makes sense, so I just tried that sequence of steps, but ended up with the same outcome.


    Yup. Been there, done that (more than once), which is why I'm trying to install from the silverwave...
  6. Re: Install The Newest Firefox ppa with command "add-apt-repository" (9.10 & above)

    I have gone through this twice, to confirm the behavior I'm reporting with Ubuntu 10.04.

    1. Added http://ppa.launchpad.net/ubuntu-mozi...ily/ppa/ubuntu to software sources
    2. Installed Firefox...
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