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I need access to older versions of FireFox and checksums for these files.

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For each version listed below I need the installation download file and md5/shaXXX checksum from Mozilla for each download.

WindowsOS: Firefox v3.5, v3.6

Solaris 10 x86: Firefox v3.5, v3.6

Solaris sparc: Firefox v3.6.17

              filename: firefox-3.6.17.en-US.solaris-10-fcs-sparc-pkg

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Everything you want for current Firefox 3.6 is on the FTP server here:

There's two big files for all MD5 and SHA1 sums of everything. Solaris is under the contrib dir.

The current version of Firefox 3.x is 3.6.23. Firefox 3.5 is no longer supported and Firefox 3.6 is considered a direct update (aka minor update) to Firefox 3.5; when Firefox 3.5 users check for updates they go directly to 3.6 for security and stability fixes.

If you really need an old version for testing purposes, you can get any version of Firefox that ever existed off of the FTP server:

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選ばれた解決策

Everything you want for current Firefox 3.6 is on the FTP server here:

There's two big files for all MD5 and SHA1 sums of everything. Solaris is under the contrib dir.

The current version of Firefox 3.x is 3.6.23. Firefox 3.5 is no longer supported and Firefox 3.6 is considered a direct update (aka minor update) to Firefox 3.5; when Firefox 3.5 users check for updates they go directly to 3.6 for security and stability fixes.

If you really need an old version for testing purposes, you can get any version of Firefox that ever existed off of the FTP server:

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Thanks Dave!

I just needed to verify some old versions in use were the same as what was originally provided by Mozilla.

Thanks for the speedy reply!

-Ben