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    Re: One Nightly A Week PPA's Updated with Latest firefox-trunk 12.0~a1

    worked great here Natty 11.10

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    Arrow Re: One Nightly A Week PPA's Updated with Latest firefox-trunk 12.0~a1

    Quote Originally Posted by ShaneOSDN View Post
    worked great here Natty 11.10
    Nice

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    Arrow Firefox 3.6, the default browser of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, reaches end of life in April

    Firefox 3.6, the default browser of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, reaches ‘end of life’ status in April this year.

    From February 17th Ubuntu 10.04 and 10.10 users will be automatically upgraded to the latest release of Firefox.

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    Arrow Firefox Beta PPA's - Updated with firefox - 10.0~b4

    Last edited by SilverWave; January 16th, 2012 at 12:54 AM. Reason: Title correction beta not nightly

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    Arrow Re: One Nightly A Week PPA's Updated with Latest firefox-trunk 12.0~a1

    hmmm:

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    Arrow Firefox Beta Tests Add-on Hotfix Feature

    Firefox Beta Tests Add-on Hotfix Feature

    Interesting...

    Add-on is visible in the Add-ons Manager as “Mozilla Firefox hotfix” Starting with Firefox 10, Mozilla will start delivering hotfixes for its web browser, via an add-on, in order to have fewer full updates pushed to users.

    Firefox beta users are the first testers of the feature, as Mozilla pushes today an automatically downloaded test add-on. The component is visible in the Add-ons Manager as “Mozilla Firefox hotfix” and will not affect the way the browser acts.

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

    Hi,

    You might want to update the information in the original post now (see http://www.chriscoulson.me.uk/blog/?p=100)

    Thanks!

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    Arrow Retiring the Firefox Stable PPA

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisccoulson View Post
    Hi,

    You might want to update the information in the original post now (see http://www.chriscoulson.me.uk/blog/?p=100)

    Thanks!

    Retiring the Firefox Stable PPA

    Mozilla, Ubuntu Add comments

    Jan 292012

    With the announcement that users of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and Ubuntu 10.10 will be upgraded to the latest version of Firefox, we are going to be retiring the Firefox Stable PPA.
    Since the release of Firefox 4 last year, we have been providing this PPA so that Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and Ubuntu 10.10 users didn’t have to miss out on the new features, performance improvements, security enhancements and improved compatibility with newer web technologies provided by the latest releases of Firefox.
    The next version of Firefox (Firefox 10, to be released on Tuesday of this week) will be delivered as a security update to all Ubuntu releases – hopefully by the end of the week. This means that users will receive the update without having to do anything.
    I have no plans to upload the next release to the Firefox Stable PPA.
    If you’re aware of any online resource (eg, on the Ubuntu Wiki, Ubuntu Forums, Ask Ubuntu or any other site providing help to Ubuntu users) which recommends to use this PPA to receive the latest version of Firefox, I would appreciate you taking the time to either correct this information (or removing it, if more appropriate).
    Thanks Chris.

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