Discussion in 'Software Releases' started by hdonk, Apr 6, 2013.
As usual, please test!
As usual, great news!
In PND Manager it's still called Firefox 19.0
Seems to work fine.
Does this have that new flash plugin in it?(not downloaded it yet)
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Wow, that was quick. I wasn't even aware a new Firefox was out and there's already a PND. Thanks for your fast and continued support. I shall of course test-drive this immediately.
To disable this click to activate plugin message:
In the Firefox address bar, type "about:config" and press "enter".
A caution box stating "This might void your warranty..." will pop up.
Select the "I'll be careful. I promise." box by left-clicking your mouse.
In the search box, type "extensions.blocklist.enabled" and press "enter".
If the line is present, it should have the boolean value "true".
If the value is "true", toggle the value to "false" by double-clicking the line.
so now we have just activated a vulnerable plugin? imo not the best fix...
shouldnt we try to replace the so-file?
tar -xf install_flash_player_11_linux.i386.tar.gz
sudo cp libflashplayer.so /mnt/utmp/hdonk_firefox_001/lib/firefox-19.0/plugins/libflashplayer.so
cp: cannot create regular file `/mnt/utmp/hdonk_firefox_001/lib/firefox-19.0/plugins/libflashplayer.so': Operation not permitted
however its not working, if someone knows the solution, please tell me! a proper firefox package would be even more awesome!
Well, looks like you're downloading the x86 version. You need an ARM build for the Pandora.
However, didn't Adobe say they weren't supporting mobile (ie ARM) devices any more. In other words, if not already, you'll only ever have an outdated version
thanks for the infos, well then the solution of dgame is perfect!
Thanks, it works here.
I noticed that the about firefox still says 19.0, but after restarting the pandora it now shows 20.0
And I still cant get xmarks to install. It says
"Xmarks could not be installed because Firefox cannot modify the needed file"
Is it a permission problem? Or is there a way to install it manually?
I tried some different firefox versions and xmarks versions, but still the same problem. I did try the Slackware OS that comes with firefox 18.0, and there xmarks installed and synced without problems.
Well I fired up version 20 and it loaded in and my homepage came pretty fast. Worked nice with my NAS drive software also (a little slow, but still ok to use). I went to the Pandora homepage and could get the video, but did get the sound. Anything else I need to do here?
fullscreen video (youtube etc.)! nice! seems to be faster. thanks
I tried a HTML 5 video on youtube. The video itself plays but I have just for about one sec sound? Anyone knows how to solve this problem?
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