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Looking for Firefox 68 on Raspberry Pi

In short, I am looking for the Firefox 68 armhf deb? package installation file for Raspberry Pi OS (Raspbian) 10. --- I use Raspbian 10 (Raspberry Pi OS). I used to keep … (read more)

In short, I am looking for the Firefox 68 armhf deb? package installation file for Raspberry Pi OS (Raspbian) 10.

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I use Raspbian 10 (Raspberry Pi OS). I used to keep a Firefox ESR 68 on hold (apt-mark hold) on 1 of my 2 Raspberry Pi machines. I offered this machine to a friend.

Now on my only left Raspberry Pi, Firefox ESR 68 is no longer provided by apt.

But I still need Firefox 68 on it, in order to remotely debug my userscripts on Firefox for Android 68.11.0 (latest version to support add-ons like Violentmonkey, thus userscripts) through adb.

Anyone knows how to install it back? I think I need an armhf.deb file, right?

I found: http://legacy.raspbian.org/raspbian/pool/main/f/firefox-esr/ https://archive.raspbian.org/raspbian/pool/main/f/firefox-esr/ https://github.com/jdonald/firefox-armhf/releases

But no trace of a version 68 deb file.

I then found some firefox-68.11.0esr.tar.bz2 in https://archive.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/68.11.0esr/linux-x86_64/ Is x86_64 same as armhf? How do we install .tar.bz2 files in Linux?

I also see a firefox-68.11.0esr.snap in https://archive.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/68.11.0esr/snap/ I would like to avoid installing snap but maybe I should try this instead, does it include armhf?

Asked by jesus2099 1 month ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 month ago

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When I look at amazon.com, it looks like this. Whatg have I done?

One day, I noticed that all Amazon.com pages look like this. I have no idea what I have done to cause this. What did I do? I am using Raspbian on a Raspberry Pi 4 I hav… (read more)

One day, I noticed that all Amazon.com pages look like this. I have no idea what I have done to cause this. What did I do?

I am using Raspbian on a Raspberry Pi 4

I have lost everything except some of the basic text. Other pages (non-Amazon) work fine.

Asked by ted.kell 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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Just install Firefox 75 (64 bit), Netflix (or any other site) not playing videos, only youtube works

Hi there I want to give it a try to one of my Raspberry PI 4 Model B as a Desktop. The only video streaming site that works is Youtube. Netflix or any other site with vid… (read more)

Hi there

I want to give it a try to one of my Raspberry PI 4 Model B as a Desktop. The only video streaming site that works is Youtube. Netflix or any other site with video streaming (news, etc) I tried does not work. Complete details about OS and Firefox version are in the 2 pictures I uploaded. You can also see details of what I have in my plugins. Please help me, I would really appreciated

Asked by fhf 1 year ago

Last reply by fhf 1 year ago

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Firefox-esr 68.7.0 local opened .shtml causes repeated tab opens of blank page.

Using firefox-esr 68.7.0 on Raspberry PI4, Linux 10 (buster). Firefox handles the online .shtml webpages properly at: http://www.buczynski.com. All webpage files were do… (read more)

Using firefox-esr 68.7.0 on Raspberry PI4, Linux 10 (buster). Firefox handles the online .shtml webpages properly at: http://www.buczynski.com. All webpage files were downloaded to RPi using FileZilla. Used File=>Open File to open the local index.shtml file. This results in repeated new tabs opening. Using upper right X to close firefox results in the application relaunching and attempting recovery repeating the same problem. RPi reboot is the only way to recover from the problem.

There are a number of other .shtml files and they all experience the same behavior when opened locally. If a .shtml file is copied to have a .html extension, the locally opened file displays properly.

Problem does not occur on Windows 7 box, Firefox 75.0 (64 bit) when the index.shtml file is opened locally.

Asked by Don 1 year ago

Last reply by jscher2000 1 year ago

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Not able to enable DRM

I have installed Ubuntu Mate on a Pi 3b, Ubuntu Mate 64 bit (Experimental) for Rasberry Pi3b, AArch64 (Armv8) Running Firefox 67 as the default browser. I cannot find an… (read more)

I have installed Ubuntu Mate on a Pi 3b, Ubuntu Mate 64 bit (Experimental) for Rasberry Pi3b, AArch64 (Armv8) Running Firefox 67 as the default browser. I cannot find anywhere to enable DRM. Every other installation of Firefox that I am running has this option. How can I get DRM enabled. I am not an experienced Linux user.

Asked by JRGunn 1 year ago

Last reply by JRGunn 1 year ago