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Geek in Gear: Test the Latest Firefox Release Candidate on Ubuntu

Sep 28, 2006, 07:30 (0 Talkback[s])


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[ Thanks to John D for this link. ]

"So you want to give the latest Firefox 2 release candidate a spin, but don't want it to mess with your current Firefox install/profile? (Which is a good idea as their may still be some data eating bugs that may ruin your day.) No worries, keeping the to installs completely separate is easy as pie. You just need a few minutes and a willingness to use the Linux command line (don't worry if you are not familiar with the command line, we are going to walk through this step by step). While I am going to do this from the perspective of an Ubuntu 6.06 user, this how to should work for pretty much any Linux distro assuming that you already have all the required dependencies (you will know if you don't when you get to the end of the how to and the new Firefox install won't load and complains about dependencies)..."

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