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How do I install via terminal on Linux, a previously archived version of Firefox?

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I'm looking to automate the installation of a specific version of Firefox on Linux, this is necessary as the newer versions of Firefox have caused compatibility problems with some of the software on my environment. It is necessary that this task be automated, as I have a suite of software installed automatically for testing purposes in a software system.

What is a way in which I can use apt-get to install an archived release of Firefox so that I can maintain compatibility with existing software?

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You can download an older version of Firefox here https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/

"To run it (from this page) Open a Terminal and go to your home directory: cd ~ Extract the contents of the downloaded file: tar xjf firefox-*.tar.bz2 Close Firefox if it's open. To start Firefox, run the firefox script in the firefox folder: ~/firefox/firefox"

You would probably get more help on a Linux based forum than here.

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You can download an older version of Firefox here https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/

"To run it (from this page) Open a Terminal and go to your home directory: cd ~ Extract the contents of the downloaded file: tar xjf firefox-*.tar.bz2 Close Firefox if it's open. To start Firefox, run the firefox script in the firefox folder: ~/firefox/firefox"

You would probably get more help on a Linux based forum than here.

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