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Old 12th March 2007, 03:26 PM
Robin Tell Offline
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Democracy demands outdated Firefox?

I'm trying to install Democracy from this page. I've tried both FC6 and FC5 versions (if you want to know how much of a newbie I am, note that I can't figure out how to find out which version I'm running). FC6 gave me two dependency objections: it wanted rtld(GNU_HASH) (which I resolved per advice in this thread), and it wants Firefox 1.5.0.8. Only problem is, I'm already running Firefox 1.5.0.10; I don't know how to back out to the older version, or whether it's really a good idea.

Should I sync 1.5.0.8? If so, how do I do that?

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