Updating firefox portable
(automatic updating from 64.0 to 64.0.2 didn't work, made a small change to the "ff" script that fixes it) Download older version (will update itself to latest, but better use the script, see above EDIT 2019-04-13) 32-bit https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/65psrznij646ipy/firefox-64.0.2-32gz?dl=1 64-bit https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/dz67agvidegvk4r/firefox-64.0.2-64gz? dl=1 Fred I am not using this, I made my own before Fred came out with this, but I upgraded to Firefox 58 last night and it broke the sound.Although one possibility would be to temporarily create a Save File and remaster, I was wondering if there wasn't another solution.In order not to conflict with "builtin" applications, Watchdog's palemoon includes the glibc libraries.
I've raised this otherwise academic problem because both Mozilla and Google keep 'uping the ante' making it difficult for older systems to run web-browsers required by "modern" webpages.Firefox Portable is Mozilla Firefox web browser which you can use in a portable appliance, so you can take your bookmarks, extensions and saved passwords with you.Mozilla Firefox is a fast, full-featured web browser that's easy to use.But despite it's assertion of "critical", this version of firefox runs, seemingly without problems. Will boot into Tahrpup 6.0.6 with 4.1.30 kernel in a couple of minutes. As I hadn't gotten around to deleting the firefox 57 folder, started that version via the terminal as well. mikes Lr Here's a gtk3 sfs for x-slacko, Firefox Quantum works fine after loading it: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/28hr2yel3ulqkum/gtk3-xslacko.sfs?Not having run it from the terminal I might never have known of the error.