This article describes how to configure and run Software Update and discusses problems that can occur during or after an update.When an update is found, follow the on-screen instructions to download and install the update.
If an update is available, it will begin downloading automatically.Any time you do an update or uninstall you have to restart Firefox for it to take effect.If you uninstall an extension that you want to reinstall, go to the source where you downloaded it from to be able to reinstall it again.By default, Firefox will automatically check for updates, and notify you if an update is available.If you see an update prompt, click the Update Firefox button, and the newest version will be downloaded and installed on your computer.Then, unpack the files: If you would like to create a shortcut to Firefox, navigate to /opt/firefox33 and right-click on the firefox file.
Select "copy." Then right-click on the desktop and select "create new launcher here..." Paste what you copied into the "Command" field (/opt/firefox33/firefox).
cd /tmp ver=52.2; wget "https://download.mozilla.org/? product=firefox-$ver.0esr-SSL&os=linux&lang=en-US" -O firefox-$bz2 open https:// tar xvf firefox-$bz2 sudo mv firefox $WEBC_CHECKOUT/tmp/ /opt# mv firefox/ firefox-old /opt# mv /tmp/firefox/ .
makepkg -o mkdir /tmp/exts /tmp/firefox-i18n$ for i in *.xpi; do unzip -d /tmp/exts/$(unzip -p $i | grep -m 1 -H em:id | sed 's,.*em:id=",,' | sed 's,"$,,') $i; done cd /tmp/exts rsync -a --delete .
Otherwise, wait for the Firefox update to download and install automatically.
Restart Firefox by clicking Restart to Update to begin using the new version.
To update or uninstall an extension you first have to click into the add-ons panel.