j.maxuel at gmail.com
Thu Nov 29 09:13:10 AST 2012
Also, I do notice on the Mozilla website, that although there are no
links to older versions, you can manipulate the download URL and find
that the older versions are still hosted. If you prefer tarballs,
this may be a better option (version 4 would probably be as low a
version you want to go as I find a lot of Google services no longer
like 3.6 - the reason why I switched to ESR in the first place).
The downside to this route is that you would not know if point
releases have been applied to these files - at least you know security
holes get patched in the extended support release.
"One should strive to achieve, not sit in bitter regret."
- Ronan Harris / Mark Jackson
On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 8:39 AM, Joel Maxuel <j.maxuel at gmail.com> wrote:
> Good morning Mike,
> I use the Squeeze backports of Iceweasel, ESR stream. It is currently
> at version 10, which I think is rather reasonable. Package details
> can be found at:
> I do notice that the actual package is ~1400KB, although with
> dependencies it may be much higher. Not sure of your distro, but if
> you use Debian and want apt to take care of the updates (if not, can
> download from the above link and install the package by hand), the
> below link will help set you up with the proper source:
> Joel Maxuel
> "One should strive to achieve, not sit in bitter regret."
> - Ronan Harris / Mark Jackson
> On Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 7:37 PM, <douglass at cs.dal.ca> wrote:
>>> + What is the latest version of Firefox that DOES NOT do auto
>>> updates? 
>>>  I hate auto-updates. We can have a bunfight over whether that's a
>>> credible (or sane) posture over coffee. Does Common Grounds have
>>> suitable buns?
>> Just a quick note, the configuration options:
>> app.update.enabled sets whether firefox checks for new versions.
>> app.update.auto sets whether firefox performs auto updates.
>> If just turning them off is good enough for you.
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