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    There should be one just called firefox, install that and the system will automatically install any of the others if they're needed to install firefox.

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    Linux Guru rokytnji's Avatar
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    Go with

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    Well once it installs where does it install the program at? When looking at synaptic package manager it show it's installed.

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    Close synaptic when done. Go ahead and reboot . After desktop comes up look under Applications>Internet . Right click Firefox to put it where you want it.

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