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Re: firefox module

Post#16 by Rava » 16 Apr 2016, 08:01

When I created my module, there was only the 1.0.1 branch available, no 1.0.2 version for slackware... so I skipped it...
Did you find a current 1.0.2 openssl+openssl-solibs- for Slackware x86-64 ?
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Re: firefox module

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Re: firefox module

Post#18 by Rava » 16 Apr 2016, 08:42

Evan wrote:I know everyone on here wants Slackware but in my opinion i think Brokenman's Arch version as a rolling release is the best way forward as Linux is regularly being exploited via the web now and needs to be kept updated.
You can keep a non rolling release like Slackware up to date as well, but like you said, you would need to concentrate on checking for updates for certain core components, like, well, openssl+openssl-solibs.


Anyhow, why do we discuss this in a thread about "firefox module"?
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Re: firefox module

Post#19 by Evan » 16 Apr 2016, 08:56

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Re: firefox module

Post#20 by Rava » 16 Apr 2016, 09:15

^
Now it makes sense, *facepalm*
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