Screencast - getting Firefox 2.0 yourself on Linux


If you read my post about getting Firefox 2.0 yourself on Linux, then awesome! However, I thought with something like this that it might be worth doing a screencast so it's even more clear what exactly you have to do.

So, here it is - the first ever FOSSwire screencast. Enjoy!

You'll need Flash Player 5 or above (install Flash 9 on Linux) and a connection that can download a 14 MB file in reasonable time!

Watch the screencast

A couple of notes:

  • Unfortunately I experienced some audio sync issues that you might notice. Sorry about this - it shouldn't happen in future screencasts.
  • I appreciate the file size is quite astronomical, I'm working on trying to sort some better compression for next time.
  • I'm also working on an alternative download format as well, which should be even more compatible with FOSS!

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Peter Upfold is a technology enthusiast from the UK. Peter’s interest in Linux stems back to 2003, when curiosity got the better of him and he began using SUSE 9.0. Now he runs Linux Mint 9 on the desktop, runs a CentOS-based web server from home for his personal website and dabbles in all sorts of technology things across the Windows, Mac and open source worlds.

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