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Firefox unbranded builds
As I use a few self-made unsigned add-ons, for several years now I have been using the Firefox unbranded builds on Linux with great joy. In the past these became available for download shortly after a regular Firefox was released. Lately though things have changed. The current latest release for unbranded is stalling at version 107. So it's getting further and further away from the official Firefox, which is at 109 at the time of writing.
Obviously I'm concerned my unbranded Firefox is not getting the same security updates any longer. I do realize there's alternatives for supporting unsigned add-ons. Running a Firefox nightly or developer-edition is something I'd want to avoid, so for me these aren't real alternatives. I've also tried tracking unbranded info on bugzilla.mozilla.org, but couldn't find anything relating to this 'lag'.
Where can I find more info on this topic? Are these unbranded builds being discontinuated?
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No problems here to download a specific target.tar.bz2 for 64-bit Linux from a treeherder page.Read this answer in context 👍 1
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No problems here to download a specific target.tar.bz2 for 64-bit Linux from a treeherder page.
Thank you kindly. Spent way too much time looking in all the wrong places. I found a dynamic URL that always points to the latest available (succesful) build: