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Whatever your reference browser, the possibility exists that you use the version “last batch” for the most popular, as in all these cases there are specific channels in which we have at our disposal versions experimental evidence, and with all the latest in motion even at risk of being quite volatile issues.
OMG! Ubuntu! have a look at how to access these easily from development versions of Ubuntu, but the first thing they do is just tell your readers, and moved that notice, that these drafts may have strange behaviors , incompatibilities with plugins we used, and so on.
still want access to the latest of the latest browsers, here are the different cases:
You will have to add this repository
PPA after Firefox update either from terminal or from the update manager
ppa: mozillateam / firefox-next
Firefox Firefox 8 and 9
upcoming versions of Firefox are also available for PPA repos Aurora and Nightly channels of these developments, and as indicated in the original, it will also make Thunderbird upgrade to an unstable version.
8.0 (Aurora): ppa: ubuntu-mozilla-daily/firefox-aurora
9.0 (Nightly): ppa: ubuntu-mozilla-daily/ppa
Google Chrome Channel
Unstable Beta h2>
While Google Chrome Beta channel is updated once a week, and comes with new versions that do not reach stable until at least one month later-version Unstable (unstable developer) is updated several times week, but obviously also more Fallon Edition Beta.
What we need here is to decide which of these two versions we use, and from there download the DEB package and install it for. From there install the appropriate PPA in each case, and software updates are done according to the choice of transparent, as explained in this document where you will also find the DEB packages you must install.
PPA repositories and Unstable Beta h2>
Something similar happens with Open Source version of the browser, but in this case has Chromium own that we can use repositories from Ubuntu 10.04 and up.
ppa: chromium-daily/beta strong>
The Opera browser is one of the highlights in this case, and its officers also provide a specific version of their development versions, called Opera Next. You can find a issue as DEB package for both platforms 32 and 64 bits at this URL
are fans of this unique browser, you can also access the development versions, which in this case requires the installation of two different PPAs that allow you to update both the browser and the WebKit engine in which it is based:
ppa: midori / midori-dev
What if I want to return to stable releases
explain OMG!, if you decide you do not want to live “as the limit” within browsers you can always turn back. To do this you must remove the PPP development of the browser in question, which will after making a apt-get update of the repositories you can reinstall the desired stable browser from the Software Center Ubuntu.
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