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ced5a5f5e9 It is not my fault that Linux allows 4 ways of installing. It is not my fault that Linux allows 4 ways of installing. This lack of a way of installing certainly can and does impede true cross platform compatibility, just sayin. Firefox secure input prevents use of Typeit4me text expander Unable to access secure (HTTPS) sites in Firefox 43 Firefox does not work - Common fixes to get you back up and running Send plugin crash reports to help Mozilla improve Firefox samadams 7 solutions 54 answers Posted 4/30/11, 9:54 AM Chosen Solution The preferred method for installing Firefox on Linux is through your distro's repos. Log in Username: Password: Log in Login Problems? My password isn't working. Use 'sudo apt-get install firefox' in a terminal, or try Software Center or Synaptic.
. Details on the new flexible six-to-eight week Firefox release cycle can be found here. mozilla Ask a question Sign In English Search . A.deb package is one of four ways that Linux installs downloads and in my humble opinion is the easiest. You can check the default browser setting here: *Tools > Options > Advanced > General : System Defaults: "Always check to see if Firefox is the default browser on startup" If Firefox is already the default browser then you need to make another browser the default browser. If Firefox doesn't ask that it wants to become the default browser then Firefox is already set as the default browser and thus there is no need to ask that. I see you are using Ubuntu 10.10, so if your repos don't have version 4 you can add the mozilla-team ppa.