Re: firefox and google maps
- From: faeychild <faeychild@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 23 Feb 2010 14:47:32 +1100
Greg Russell wrote:
faeychild <faeychild@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> typed:
Running firefox 3.6 myself.
I am not going to cause potential career changes by installing out of
sequence browsers. I could precipitate an upgrade nightmare. :)
The FF browsers were *never* "out of sequence" ...
They might be if I pre-empt current automatic upgrade (currently 3.0.18) by
it was yourI don't have any installation policies, I accept the upgrades as they come.
installation policies that failed to maintain the upgrade sequence when
each became available.
You'll not find any such imaginary upgrade nightmares with FF. Installing
the current version has no dependence on what previous version you are
using, as it will maintain your bookmarks etc.
So if I were to install the current 3.6 version what would happen when the
regular upgrade sequence expected to see 3.0.18. Would it back out
gracefully or would it overwrite.
To get around this I would have to edit URPMI installed packages log.
Even then as the Mandriva upgrade is nowhere near 3.6 how would it handle
the conflicting log entry.
Running kde on 126.96.36.199-desktop-3mnb kernel.
Mandriva Linux release 2009.1 (Official) for i586
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