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Re: Mozilla Firefox installed without package-management

14.04.2012 07:49, Andreas Glaeser kirjoitti:
> Everyone who wants or needs improved HTML5-support can download Mozilla Firefox
> webbrowser here:
> http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all.html
> You get improved rendering-speed, the optional 'do not track' feature and more for
> free.
> Installation instructions are here:
> http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/Installing%20Firefox%20on%20Linux
> It is just a matter of unpacking the downloaded -.tar.bz2 archive in the home-directory
> and making launch-icons, which point to the executable, in the desktop-panel and/or
> directly on the desktop. Finally set Firefox as the system-default browser under
> System/Preferences/Preferred Applications/Internet.
> It all works completely painlessly on 64 bit architecture, should do on 32 bit, too.
> The settings from your iceweasel-browser are transferred to firefox and re-used. So in my
> humble opinion there is really no need at all to backport the unbranded iceweasel from
> Wheezy.
> If it is equally easy to setup thunderbird, then I will use that instead of the
> backported icedove, too and report this as a fix against my bug #640306. 
> When you downloaded and installed Firefox, then please do read the Mozilla privacy policy:
> http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/privacy-policy
> then agree to it and sign up for their monthly newsletter.

I think that all those features can be found from Iceweasel too.
At least "do not track feature" is in Iceweasel Aurora.

See http://mozilla.debian.net/

Mika Suomalainen
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