How do you install fire vox, I am using ubuntu
sberry at northlc.com
Tue Oct 30 10:42:25 EDT 2007
I would assume that firevox is not in the repository. You would have to
install that yourself. But if you do an apt-get --help and look through the
list of commands you can append to apt-get you might be able to search
through the repository. I haven't used apt-get in so long I don't really
remember how it works.
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From: "Daniel Dalton" <daniel.dalton47 at gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: How do you install fire vox, I am using ubuntu
> On 30/10/2007 3:04 PM, Charlie Dorff wrote:
>> This is a little off topic but could someone give me advice on installing
>> an addon for firefox called fire vox. I use Ubuntu. I read the
>> instructions and I don't understand a few things. Change to your Mozilla
>> (or Mozilla Firefox) plugins directory. Where is the plugin directory? I
>> also don't know what is meant by the java home directory. The website is
>> http://www.firevox.clcworld.net/ in case you want to read the
>> instructions. I am having a terrible time trying to figure this out and
>> I'd greatly appreciate any help. Thanks.
> Can you use apt-get install? Or is it not in the repository?
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