Recently I installed Fedora 12. I noticed that every possible language support is included in Firefox.
What is the reason for this?
Will Fedora and Firefox still work if I remove these languages?
on 01/26/2010 – Made popular on 01/26/2010
I am a completely new user of Fedora. I just installed Fedora 14. I know that is old but I have to use it because some of my simulation software only work in Fedora 14.
My problem is about update Firefox.
My current version is 3.6.24. I went to this page to download the latest firefox.
I got installed Ubuntu with preinstalled Firefox. I'd like to have Firefox with English UI language. However, I got a Firefox with Russian UI. System language in my Ubuntu is English. I tried reinstall Firefox (from Ubuntu Software Center and via apt-get install firefox). I tried apt-get install firefox-locale-en and set general.useragent.locale form ru to en-US.
I have Ubuntu 12.04 (factory installed) running on a Zareason laptop that I recently purchased. Default desktop was Unity. Because I like XFCE, I installed it and used it for a month or two, with complete satisfaction.
Now just recently, for no obvious reason, Firefox 19.0.2 totally freezes when started from XFCE. No response from any part of the Firefox interface.