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Howto: Installing Firefox 5 on Fedora 15 | Linux

Hello Friends,

Today I am posting a Trick to Install Firefox 5 on Your Linux Box.

I have Successfully tested this trick on Fedora 15.

Before Following This trick i would like to tell you that, We’ll use Non-Standard Repository for this, Non-Standard means this repository is not from any official Fedora or Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

If you are sure and you want to perform this then Please take a back up of your all Mozilla Firefox’s Current Version, like BookMarks and all that stuff.

So You have to Use this on your own risk. If you are not ready to take the risk then Don’t move ahead.

Fedora 14 and Fedora 13 Users can also Install Firefox 5 by using same method but for the same Fedora 13 and Fedora 14 users have to install following RPMs, It might work or not, I haven’t tested this but should work.

RPM To Install Firefox 5 on Fedora 13 :-  http://rpms.famillecollet.com/remi-release-13.rpm

 

 

RPM To Install Firefox 5 on Fedora 14 :-  http://rpms.famillecollet.com/remi-release-14.rpm

Perform 5 following steps to Install Firefox 5 on Fedora 15 :-

1) You need to be root to perform this howto. No Need to Switch to GUI, You can use su – and sudo also.

2) Open Your Terminal. ( Applications -> System Tools -> Terminal )

3) Now Execute Following Command on your Terminal.
rpm -ivh http://rpms.famillecollet.com/remi-release-15.rpm

4) Now Execute Following Command on Your Terminal
yum update firefox –enablerepo=remi ( Two hyphens here with space (- -enablerepo)

OR

yum install firefox –enablerepo=remi ( Two hyphens here with space (- -enablerepo)

If you want to install without asking anything then execute Following command :-
yum -y update firefox –enablerepo=remi ( Two hyphens here with space (- -enablerepo)

OR

yum -y install firefox –enablerepo=remi ( Two hyphens here with space (- -enablerepo)

5) To Start Using Firefox 5, Go to Applications -> Internet -> Firefox

That’s it for Fedora 15 .

To Install Firefox 6 On RHEL Post will come soon as soon as possible.

Hope You all like it. IF you are facing error or issue then do let me know for the same through comments i will try to help you out.

Waiting for your Comment :)

Enjoy Firefox 5 on Linux :) Enjoy Browsing on Linux :) Enjoy Linux :) Enjoy Open Source :)

Howto:Installing Firefox 4 on Linux | Fedora 14 | Fedora 13

Hello Friends,

Today I am posting a Trick to Install Firefox 4 on Your Linux Box.

I have Successfully tested this trick on Fedora 14 and for RHEL 6 ( Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6) its coming soon.

Before Following This trick i would like to tell you that, We’ll use Non-Standard Repository for this, Non-Standard means this repository is not from any official Fedora or Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

If you are sure and you want to perform this then Please take a back up of your all Mozilla Firefox’s Current Version, like BookMarks and all that stuff.

So You have to Use this on your own risk. If you are not ready to take the risk then Don’t move ahead.

Perform 5 following steps to Install Firefox 4 on Fedora 14/13 :-

1) You need to be root to perform this howto. No Need to Switch to GUI, You can use su – and sudo also.

2) Open Your Terminal. ( Applications -> System Tools -> Terminal )

3) Now Execute Following Command on your Terminal.
rpm -ivh http://rpms.famillecollet.com/remi-release-14.rpm

4) Now Execute Following Command on Your Terminal
yum update firefox –enablerepo=remi ( Two hyphens here with space (- -enablerepo)

If you want to install without asking anything then execute Following command :-
yum -y update firefox –enablerepo=remi ( Two hyphens here with space (- -enablerepo)

5) To Start Using Firefox 4, Go to Applications -> Internet -> Firefox

That’s it for Fedora 14/13 .

To Install Firefox 4 On RHEL Post will come soon as soon as possible.

Hope You all like it. IF you are facing error or issue then do let me know for the same through comments i will try to help you out.

Waiting for your Comment 🙂

Enjoy Firefox 4 on Linux 🙂 Enjoy Browsing on Linux 🙂 Enjoy Linux 🙂 Enjoy Open Source 🙂

http://rpms.famillecollet.com/remi-release-14.rpm

Google Chrome (Beta) for Linux Is Officially Available

Hello,

Though Linux users could test the popular browser for a couple of months through unofficial Chromium builds, yesterday, June 4th, Google announced the first official release of Google Chrome for Linux. The version 3.0.183.1 is still very unstable and lacks a lot of features.

One of Chrome’s main advantages over other web browsers is the way it handles tabs as separate processes. Why is this important? Well, if a web page crashes, it doesn’t take the whole browser with it, but only the tab it was opened in, significantly increasing overall stability.

To Download Google Chrome (Beta) :- http://www.google.com/chrome

To read more :- http://news.softpedia.com/news/Google-Chrome-for-Linux-is-Officially-Available-113487.shtml

Installing Google Chrome on Linux ( Fedora | Ubuntu )

Hello Friends,

Today I am sharing one method to install Google Chrome on Linux ( Fedora 11) (Ubuntu 9.04).

Google announced that Google Chrome is not stable for Linux. Still Google Chrome’s stable version is not available for Linux. This version which you are going to install by this method it’s only testing version (Unstable Version )

For more about Google announcement for Chrome Browser visit below Links :-

1. http://dev.chromium.org/getting-involved/dev-channel

2. http://www.google.com/chrome/intl/en/linux.html

Installing Google Chrome on Fedora 11 (32-bit):-

1) Login as a root.

[linuxuser@tejasbarot.com]$ su – root
Password:-

2) Go to your yum.repos.d Directory.

[root@tejasbarot.com]#cd /etc/yum.repos.d/

3) Create Repository there.

[root@tejasbarot.com yum.repos.d]# vim chrome.repo

4) Enter Following information in your repo file.

[google]
name=Google – i386
baseurl=http://dl.google.com/linux/rpm/stable/i386
enabled=1
gpgcheck=1
gpgkey=https://dl-ssl.google.com/linux/linux_signing_key.pub

Save & Exit from repo file.

5) Import Key by executing following commands.(Important)

[root@tejasbarot.com]# wget https://dl-ssl.google.com/linux/linux_signing_key.pub
[root@tejasbarot.com]# rpm –import linux_signing_key.pub

6) Now You are ready to install Google Chrome on Fedora 11.
7) Execute yum -y install google-chrome . Google Chrome will Install on your Fedora 11.
8) Finished
9) You can find Google Chrome at Applications -> Internet -> Google Chrome

Installing Google Chrome on Fedora 11 (64-bit):-

1) Login as a root.

[itsolutoins@tejasbarot.com]$ su – root
Password:-

2) Go to your yum.repos.d Directory.

[root@tejasbarot.com]#cd /etc/yum.repos.d/

3) Create Repository there.

[root@tejasbarot.com yum.repos.d]# vim chrome.repo

4) Enter Following information in your repo file.

[google64]
name=Google – x86_64
baseurl=http://dl.google.com/linux/rpm/stable/x86_64
enabled=1
gpgcheck=1
gpgkey=https://dl-ssl.google.com/linux/linux_signing_key.pub

Save & Exit from repo file.

5) Import Key by executing following commands.(Important)

[root@tejasbarot.com]# wget https://dl-ssl.google.com/linux/linux_signing_key.pub
[root@tejasbarot.com]# rpm –import linux_signing_key.pub

6) Now You are ready to install Google Chrome on Fedora 11.
7) Execute yum -y install google-chrome . Google Chrome will Install on your Fedora 11.
8) Finished
9) You can find Google Chrome at Applications -> Internet -> Google Chrome

Installing Google Chrome on Ubutnu (32-bit):-

1) Login as a root.

2)  Download .deb file of Google Chrome.

Go to this link Accept the Agreement and Download Google Chrome from this link :- http://www.google.com/chrome/intl/en/eula_dev.html?dl=unstable_i386_deb

Remember where you downloaded file.

3) Go to the Directory where you downloaded .deb file and Now Install .deb file. Ready to Install Google Chrome

root@tejasbarot.com~# dpkg -i google-chrome-unstable_current_i386.deb

4) Finished Now. Google Chrome is Installed.

5) You can find Google Chrome at Applications -> Internet -> Google Chrome .

Installing Google Chrome on Ubutnu (64-bit):-

1) Login as a root.

2)  Download .deb file of Google Chrome.

Go to this link Accept the Agreement and Download Google Chrome from this link :- http://www.google.com/chrome/intl/en/eula_dev.html?dl=unstable_amd64_deb

Remember where you downloaded file.

3) Go to the Directory where you downloaded .deb file and Now Install .deb file. Ready to Install Google Chrome

root@tejasbarot.com~# dpkg -i google-chrome-unstable_current_amd64.deb

4) Finished Now. Google Chrome is Installed.

5) You can find Google Chrome at Applications -> Internet -> Google Chrome .

* Note :- I Didn’t tested it on Ubuntu.

All Comments Accepted.

Enjoy Browsing with GOOGLE CHROME.


Install Prism on Linux for easy to use web apps

If you are a web junkie, or depend upon various web sites and services daily you know how quickly your browser can fill up with tabs. Wouldn’t it be nice if you can just use small web apps for these needs? And since that seems to be the way the computing is evolving, it only makes sense that even your every day tools migrate to – as much as it pains me to say it – Cloud Computing. Although I have been against cloud computing since back in the days of thin clients, I am starting to see the value of these tools.

Thanks to the Mozilla Labs there is Prism. Prism is unlike other proprietary solutions like Silverlight. Prism is basically a way to split web apps from the browser and run them directly on the desktop. Although not always as small as, say, a Google Gadget, Prism tools are far more functional and do not strip features from the tools you use. For example, if you are using the Prism Google Document tool, you will have a fully functioned instance of whatever app you are using. In this tutorial you will learn how to install Prism and some of the apps as well as configure shortcuts for your menu.

For more Information please visit this link :- http://www.ghacks.net/2009/09/26/install-prism-on-linux-for-easy-to-use-web-apps/

Beyond Firefox: 10 Other Great Linux Browsers

Firefox has been a reliable browser for me for many years and it still continues to be so to a certain extent. However, over the last few releases Firefox has become bloated and slow in performance that same way IE used to be before we switched to Firefox. The only thing that is stopping me from switching to another browser, is the large number of extensions available for Firefox. Specifically firebug. Since I spend most of my time on a Linux system, over the last few days I have been looking for an alternative Linux browser. Here are 10 of the best Linux browsers out there that can be a decent alternative to Firefox:

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