Firefox fix brings many needed changes

By Justin Mann on April 14, 2006, 2:47 PM
If you are using Firefox, whether on Windows, Linux or Mac, it's in your best interest to go and get the latest version from Mozilla's site! Firefox fixed various issues with the browser, including some related to memory leaks and privilege escalation (which can ultimately result in system compromise). As far as I can tell, all the bugs with updates removing bookmarks and breaking plugins have been fixed, and after updating everything seems to be fine, even 3rd-party plugins. You can read the full release notes for more details. Download today!

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ThomasNews said:
Installed it via the Auto-update feature myself this morning, no problems with it. Also of note - Firefox 3 passes Acid 2;[url][/url]
DragonMaster said:
Still waiting for FFX in Linux to ask me to upgrade...IN an other Windows PC it's already done.
Kreuger said:
You wont get it. They haven't bothered added it to distro pools since 1.0.7 Have to do it manually
DragonMaster said:
I haven't been able to find any other RPM than for so i made one.
Mictlantecuhtli said:
Firefox updated fine here this morning in FC5.
DragonMaster said:
[quote] Firefox updated fine here this morning in FC5.[/quote]It was in the updates-development I think.And Thunderbird release-candidate, even if it's not released, will probably be the one released : It's the same date as FFX So I decided to install it and have no problems.
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