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REQUIRE a direct links (32 and 64) for Linux (non distro) ones that will work with wget -- non browser download

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I need a method to download Firefox by user request in a new Linux distro (home directory install) Can only guarantee that 'wget' is available and download MUST work on poor or high laatency internet connections.

Is there a current latest direct doenload leak -- the ones provided via the typical browser connection do NOT work!

I need a method to download Firefox by user request in a new Linux distro (home directory install) Can only guarantee that 'wget' is available and download MUST work on poor or high laatency internet connections. Is there a current latest direct doenload leak -- the ones provided via the typical browser connection do NOT work!