For Ubuntu 10.04 or later, ensure that the Hardware Abstraction Layer way to downgrade, but here is one way that works for me when I use firefox:. sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install _package name_ thanks for the above instructions and corrective comments guys...
In this article we would update Firefox. Firefox shipped with Ubuntu. However Firefox shipped with Ubuntu will be older version. Firefox is an open source project of Mozilla. Mozilla release Firefox under the rapid release cycle which means new version of Firefox is released on a six week schedule.
I am a Linux newbie and just installed Ubuntu 10.04 in my new desktop. I find that Chromium, Ubuntu updates are able to connect to internet fine and ping returns 100% success but Firefox just doesn't load anything - I keep getting a Page takes too long to load error message.
Hi, I am using Ubuntu 10.04 with Firefox browser (version: Firefox 20.0 Mozilla Firefox for Ubuntu canonical -1.0). I have read that later versions of Ubuntu will update Firefox automatically, but apparently this does not happen on 10.04.
In Ubuntu 11.04 you just update the repository and upgrade it. You can directly install the latest version 7.0.
Since Firefox 10, the updates show up in the PPA, I install them, but nothing changes. (and Firefox keeps nagging me: "update available").
How to install Firefox 4 in Ubuntu 10.10 / 10.04 from the Firefox PPA (stable).
2.) Ubuntu 10.04 and 10.10 user can install Firefox 7 from firefox-stable/ppa by running following commands
Currently Ubuntu pushes updates users of Ubuntu 10.04 and 10.10 with ‘point’ releases for Firefox 3.6.
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