I'm using yum and I when I specify the version if comes back
with nothing to install.
Hence the request for the RPM.
I found the RPM in the http://mirror.centos.org/centos-4 mirror.
Thanks for the reply.
On Mon, Dec 7, 2009 at 12:27 PM, <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Opps - on CentOS 4 I upgrade from firefox-3.0.5 to firefox-3.0.15 and now
>> I need to back out to version firefox-3.0.5.
>> On Mon, Dec 7, 2009 at 12:09 PM, Agile Aspect <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>> Hi - I updated firefox-3.0.5 *from *firefox-3.0.15on CentOS 4 this
>>> weekend and now I can't start it *because it has the wrong version
>>> of NSS and I can't update NSS to the correct version.
>>> Does anyone know where I can find the RPM for CentOS 4 version
>>> of firefox-3.0.5?
>>> Or how I can tell yum to install version firefox-3.0.5 instead of
> I literally a minute ago upgraded my firefox from 3.5.3 to 3.5.5. I
> *always* do it as follows:
> as root, cd to where it's installed (for me, /opt)
> rm firefox
> bunzip2 /whereIsavedit/firefox<release>.tar.bz2
> tar -xvf /whereIsavedit/firefox<release>.tar
> mv firefox firefox-<release number>
> ln -s firefox-<release number> firefox
> Then I have my link in /usr/bin/firefox pointing to, in my case,
> Back out? No problem, reset the symbolic link.
> In your case, first, was it installed via rpm? If so, rpm -e; in my case,
> rm -r the directory it was installed in, then go to the mozilla site and
> d/l the version you want, then follow my procedure, above.
> If you insist on installing it via yum, or rpm, you can tell it a release
> number - check the man page on those.
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