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#1
i have some things not working like plugins and the profile folder button
i think it is cause of the way i installed it
what is the proper way to do it i used some long terminal command i found with a google search (can't seems to find it now)
on the 32 bit version i just extracted the files to the /opt directory and everything worked not the case on 64 bit
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#2
What distro are you using? If something like Ubuntu, it should just be

sudo apt-get install firefox

And it will install the 32 or 64bit as appropriate.

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#3
ubuntu 9.04
i want the more recent version of firefox (3.6)
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Then just accept your going to have to stick with the 32bit version from Mozilla then if you don't want to wait till Ubuntu release their 3.6 version in April.

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#5
Ubuntu has released there 3.6 version .
but i had nit tried installing firefox to it .
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@JamesCarl

Realise that there has been 2 new releases of Ubuntu since the last post, so saying they have now released version 3.6 is rather obvious.

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#7
I am facing problem while I was installing firefox on 64 bit linux. The error occurred is Page could not found.Please help.
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