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Postby djemos » 27. Nov 2016, 13:49

The SLKBUILD and binary files for palemoon 27.0.0 are here
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Re: palemoon

Postby balloon » 27. Nov 2016, 15:24

Awesome job! :D
I will try it later.
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Re: palemoon

Postby balloon » 28. Nov 2016, 00:11

I have talked about this package in the Slackware Facebook group.
Pure Slackware user were also happy to be able to launch it. :mrgreen:
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Re: palemoon

Postby djemos » 4. Dec 2016, 18:34

The SLKBUILD and binary files for palemoon 27.0.1 are here
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Re: palemoon

Postby balloon » 5. Dec 2016, 01:42

I should have told you.
It already has 27.0.2 published:
https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=14018
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Re: palemoon

Postby djemos » 6. Dec 2016, 08:24

The SLKBUILD and binary files for palemoon 27.0.2 are here
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Re: palemoon

Postby reedych » 22. Mar 2017, 07:35

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Re: palemoon

Postby djemos » 22. Mar 2017, 16:44

The SLKBUILD and binary files for palemoon 27.2.0
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Re: palemoon

Postby reedych » 23. Mar 2017, 10:44

djemos wrote:The SLKBUILD and binary files for palemoon 27.2.0

Why not to add palemoon to the Salix repository?
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Re: palemoon

Postby reedych » 13. Jul 2017, 17:10

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