There are apparently added vulnerabilities for some (windows?) users, none yet reported here for the current ESR version, as of now 45.2 https:// ...After majoring in physics, Kevin Lee began writing professionally in 1989 when, as a software developer, he also created technical articles for the Johnson Space Center.Today this urban Texas cowboy continues to crank out high-quality software as well as non-technical articles covering a multitude of diverse topics ranging from gaming to current affairs.
Hello, whats described here does not work proper for me and producing a problem: I do not know why, but if I install the latest firefox version as described here, firefox_50.0.2 build1-0ubuntu0.14.04.1_firefox-globalmenu_50.0.2 build1-0ubuntu0.14.04.1_firefox-locale-de_50.0.2 build1-0ubuntu0.14.04.1_from above (Ubuntu Moz security team) , on a mint and fresh installed latest Raspbian, some webpages (from Jimdo for example! Purged it, installed the ESR-Version from repos and the same webpages load fine. I opened about:crashes after that happened (its reproduceable, try to open this for example), but I dont know what all these logs want to tell me..files are marked red (libc, libxul...?
The changelogs have the details but the changes often appear to be quite small things so that the versions differ very little.
I suspect that people are just suffering from a "bigger number is better" kind of attitude. Obviously the answer to the ARM version is tha since you cannot find a armv6 ubuntu repo at all (so no firefox), it will not be possible. except that there are a whole lot of news/tutorial sites posting about how it works on linux. -for-linux My only "PC" is an Asus Chrome Bit running Chrome OS, cloudcentric at its best !
My only "PC" is an Asus Chrome Bit running Chrome OS, cloudcentric at its best !
this is useful, from just this comment over at Mozilla : "Version 38.8.0, first offered to ESR channel users on April 26, 2016"; they do go thru versions like popcorn.