What is the simplest way to upgrade the very old firefox version and add latest thunderbird for a relative newbie.
the 3.0 version has major security flaws doesn't it? So, basically to turn out you just delete the enabled=0 comment, I assume as in the plus repository? I guess if you really want to make sure you can put enabled=1 in the extras section, but I don't think it is necessary.
Please refer to one of the following calendars for up-to-date scheduling: Note that the merge from beta to release happens ahead of time (usually on the Mon/Tue a week before the release date).
Release manager list More details on contents of releases can be found in the release notes archive or Wikipedia: Firefox release history.
Also, where can we get security updates for Centos 5.4?
Thanks Hi, There are rpm versions from 3rd party repositories, which you can find by searching the fora (trying firefox 3.5 as a search query? Although the rpm route is generally preferred, I personally use the binaries available from the Mozilla WEB site.
This wiki page may not always have the most current information.
This article provides a detailed, step by step guide on how to launch Firefox with Selenium Geckodriver.
In this article we use the latest versions of Selenium, Firefox & Geckodriver and show you how you can launch Firefox by providing updated code snippets.
[quote] What is the simplest way to upgrade the very old firefox version and add latest thunderbird for a relative newbie.
the 3.0 version has major security flaws doesn't it?
[/quote] This has been addressed a number of times both in this current thread as well as [url=https://