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Can't remember if I should just inform a mod or post here to report a broken link. Anyway, the link is here http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/red...irefox+install...
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    Can't remember if I should just inform a mod or post here to report a broken link. Anyway, the link is here http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/red...irefox+install
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    Works for me.

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    Works here, too.
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    When I click on the link I get the main forums page. Am I just being dense and not realizing that that's where the link should be taking me? It seems like it should point to something a little more specific.

    Forgive me if I'm being stupid with this but I've been ill for the last week and my thinking is still a little fuzzy.

    Edit: I'm talking about the link in Redman's post at the end of the thread.
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    If he means the link in the post on the bottom of that page*, then it doesnt seem to work for me: the address of the link is <http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/t53606-firefox-15-install-and-fedora-core-4.html>, but when you click on it you end up at <http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/>

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    *that's the 6th post, which is from Redman, in case a later one is added

    EDIT: jimbaloo clarified the situation as I was posting, so the "if he means...." isn't really neccessary
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