Re: Firefox and Debian Testing: Getting Security Updates?
On 2005-08-17 09:34:02 +0200, Maurits van Rees wrote:
> Yes. But you may want to search the archives of the debian-user and
> debian-devel mailing lists of the past few weeks, as there have been
> discussions about this subject. I have hardly read it all, but I
> think there were people running testing that had no problem installing
> the plain tarball from mozilla.org.
I don't know about Firefox, but the following bug
mozilla should protect special characters from interpretation by the shell
has never been fixed in Mozilla. Note that the scripts provided in
the Debian packages don't have this problem.
> True, and I've used testing for well over a year, until sarge became
> stable. But unstable doesn't seem to be that bad, though I don't
> think anyone will recommend it for servers. Installing apt-listbugs
> and apt-listchanges will help. And yes, you must be prepared for the
> occasional breakage.
With testing too.
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