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Following Firefoxs Development channels with Ubuntu


Shortly after Firefox 4’s release, Mozilla announced the move to a channel development model, à la Chrome. On Windows and Mac, builds from these channels update themselves; what about on Linux, where both self-updating software and software outside management of the package manager (i.e. manually installed) is taboo?

What if you want something more Ubuntu-specific? PPAs following each of the channels exist, but they’re not obvious to find. Follow the instructions here to quickly follow Firefox's Nightly, Aurora, or Beta channels.
 read more | mail this link | score:7574 | -tamasrepus, December 1, 2011
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