On main page of the Mozilla's site I can download only tar.gz archive with binaries. Where I can get deb-package to install browser in usual way?
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The preferred method for installing Firefox on Linux is through your distro's repos. Use 'sudo apt-get install firefox' in a terminal, or try Software Center or Synaptic.
I see you are using Ubuntu 10.10, so if your repos don't have version 4 you can add the mozilla-team ppa.
Instructions here: http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2011/03/firefox-4-ppa-for-ubuntu-10-04-and-10-10-users/
Then you can install via CLI, Software Center, or Synaptic as I noted above.
I tired this method on Jaunty 9.04 Ubuntu and got the following errors because it is unsupported.
>>sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mozillateam/firefox-stable
>>[sudo] password for me:
>>sudo: add-apt-repository: command not found
where is the repository for Firefox 5.0.1 .deb packages?