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Hello; i have installed in my Fedora 5 the firefox 64 bits, i have some problem with the flash plugins, i decided to install the firefox 32 bits i found ...
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    Firefox 64 bits and 32 bits


    Hello;
    i have installed in my Fedora 5 the firefox 64 bits, i have some problem with the flash plugins, i decided to install the firefox 32 bits i found here http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pu...pdates/5/i386/. what i want to know is: We can keep installed both firefox 64 and 32, or we have to uninstall the 64bits and then install the other one.
    I have worry about the furures dependencies.
    If i have to uninstall/install how do i do that?
    Thanks for your reply

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    If you're going to uninstall then you may want to consider using the package manager:
    Code:
    yum remove firefox
    then use a package like kyum to find and install the 32-bit version. Removing Firefox is likely to result in several other packages being removed which are dependent upon it, keep a list of what gets removed so that if you get this to work, you can add them once more using yum.
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