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I can't download Firefox 64bit for Linux
Hi. I'm a proud owner of a 64bit machine with Linux (Debian). I try to understand where to download the latest version of Firefox.
I see several green big button with "download Firefox" or "update Firefox" here and there, but all redirect to a 32bit version. So I try the little link above, "All Systems & Languages", but this page contains 32bit versions only of Firefox.
So, please, where can I find an x86_64 release of Firefox? And by the way, because I will need it soon, where can I found a Linux for PowerPC (32bit) release?
Modified by chiara.paci
This is the point for you to start. http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/latest/linux-x86_64/Read this answer in context 👍 12
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This is the point for you to start. http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/latest/linux-x86_64/
Thank you, I download and I try it.
I'm wondering whether it could be any hope to have a link in the Firefox download page, but I will do everything possible to spread this information.
its works...and its need to be there on homepage of download when its linux...so that 64bit user can download separately.