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Firefox 3.5.3 is now out. If you have Firefox already just click Help then Check for updates. Then follow the prompts. I use Linux Mint and have the latest Firefox thanks to Ubuntuzilla. To update if have Ubnutuzilla close Firefox, open a terminal and type "gksudo Firefox &" without the quotes. Type in your password. This opens Firefox as root. Now click Help then check for updates. Close Firefox and you can now open it normally with the newest version installed.
Not sure what all is new but they added a feature the What's New tab. it will check your version of Flash and direct you to update if needed.

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Re: Firefox 3.5.3

Hey Izzle, are you running that Mint on a laptop with wireless or on a desktop?


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Re: Firefox 3.5.3

Desktop but I had previously installed Mint XFCE on my brother in laws laptop and he has a wireless card. It worked with little effort. It has however been about 7 or 8 months since I did that. Are you looking for a distro for a laptop? If so Mint is great for starters and for all of the included media codecs and what not.

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Re: Firefox 3.5.3

I was just wondering if you've ever done any "remote penetration testing". Or have any experience using aircrack, etc. I have a triple-boot on this computer with Vista, XP Pro and OpenSuse 10.x, but I've used a few distros in the past. Redhat, Mandrake, etc. But right now I pretty much just use BackTrack on my laptop whenever I feel like playing in linux. Mint does look nice though just going by the website.


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Re: Firefox 3.5.3

I have done no such things. Is that something I should learn about for the sake of my wireless network? Or is that Linux specific stuff? I'm gonna check out that link as I have heard briefly of backtrack.

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