Fwd: ESR versions of Firefox and Thunderbird ?
el.cameleon.1 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 8 10:47:24 UTC 2012
In this case, you should install Thunderbird in a directory that doesn't
require administrative right to be modified (for instance, the home folder).
2012/3/8 André Schild <a.schild at aarboard.ch>
> Am 08.03.2012 10:46, schrieb Vincent:
> This may not completely answer to your question (no installation via ppa),
> but there is a good installation guide here: Installing and Maintaining
> Firefox ESR in Ubuntu / Linux<http://www.tuxgarage.com/2012/02/installing-firefox-esr-in-ubuntu-linux.html>
> We are currently looking into the best way to upgrade about 50 stations
> with LTS 10.04 and FF + TB distributed across many locations.
> The goal is to have FF + TB ESR version on them and having the upgrades
> without user interventions. (Also for the upgrades 10.0.2->10.0.3 etc.)
> Having to do it manually or via GKSUDO is just not practicable
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