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post #1491 of 7225
Nice project MrAlex.

The file is damaged

waterfox-9.0.1.en-US.win64-x86_64.complete.mar 2012-01-05 19.1 MB

but differs from the info on Sourgeforge

18.1 MB (19,051,824 bytes)

CRC32: 6C893E56
MD5: 742C6ECD9D36E2AAE120353842F64D3C
SHA-1: E5363149C9CF25047EFDE212D66E22BE0340BADC


Edit:
By the way. I think that is better to respect the Firefox version number to avoid confusions.
Edited by nobody88 - 1/6/12 at 6:40am
post #1492 of 7225

Successful 9.0.1 here.

502142483-orig.jpg

Worked on the first try.  I'll be trying it out more later today.

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how come i don't have the check for updates button ?...the mar batch file trick worked and im upgraded though
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Originally Posted by PocketAcesDMB View Post

how come i don't have the check for updates button ?...the mar batch file trick worked and im upgraded though

I think what they mean is .. Options-Help-About Firefox .. that brings up the is the update little page..


and The Mar file keeps being talked about .. I seemed to have missed something where is that.. ?

Just for the heck of it I set it to not auto update and just used the check for update button .. still no luck.. wonder if has something to do with how i installed the dec 20th build I just over layed what i had already
Edited by charlir - 1/6/12 at 12:17pm
post #1495 of 7225
A .mar file is a compressed archive, kinda like a .rar or .zip file. Mar stands for Melting-Pot ARchiver. Mozilla apparently uses this type of compression. I don't think it acts like a .exe file, however. This is new to me, too. A little investigative work on your favorite search engine will tell you even more.
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Ok, update still doesn't freakin' work. When is a full downloadable 9.0.1 going up on the page, MrAlex?
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Originally Posted by PocketAcesDMB View Post

how come i don't have the check for updates button ?...the mar batch file trick worked and im upgraded though

I think what they mean is .. Options-Help-About Firefox .. that brings up the is the update little page..


and The Mar file keeps being talked about .. I seemed to have missed something where is that.. ?

Just for the heck of it I set it to not auto update and just used the check for update button .. still no luck.. wonder if has something to do with how i installed the dec 20th build I just over layed what i had already

i know that what i mean is that my page doesnt have that button it looks like this

305http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/684/91044083.jpg/
post #1498 of 7225
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Great news everybody, Mozilla approved of the Waterfox project and will soon be listed on their website here: http://www.mozilla.org/projects/powered-by.html

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Ok, update still doesn't freakin' work. When is a full downloadable 9.0.1 going up on the page, MrAlex?


Sorry, I'm just trying to iron out the final issues with auto-update. And there is nothing amazing about 9.0.1, if anything it's the same as 9.0 except with a single bug fix that Mozilla released that I haven't seen yet.


 

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Originally Posted by PocketAcesDMB View Post

how come i don't have the check for updates button ?...the mar batch file trick worked and im upgraded though

I think what they mean is .. Options-Help-About Firefox .. that brings up the is the update little page..


and The Mar file keeps being talked about .. I seemed to have missed something where is that.. ?

Just for the heck of it I set it to not auto update and just used the check for update button .. still no luck.. wonder if has something to do with how i installed the dec 20th build I just over layed what i had already

i know that what i mean is that my page doesnt have that button it looks like this

305http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/684/91044083.jpg/


 

That's because you're updated to the latest version, which is reassuring to me because that means auto-update is working!

    
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Great news everybody, Mozilla approved of the Waterfox project and will soon be listed on their website here: http://www.mozilla.org/projects/powered-by.html


Sorry, I'm just trying to iron out the final issues with auto-update. And there is nothing amazing about 9.0.1, if anything it's the same as 9.0 except with a single bug fix that Mozilla released that I haven't seen yet.

Great news to hear Waterfox will now be listed on Mozilla's web site. It's also mentioned on FavBrowser.com (http://www.favbrowser.com/). All the major places I go to I see it mentioned like LifeHacker, etc..

By the way, Firefox 9.0.1 only fixes one bug that caused 9.0 to crash on Mac computers ONLY. There's NO difference or changes for Windows users.
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Thanks for the update and wow sort of hard to believe they listed it there(Firefox I mean) .. Gratz
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