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OS is Fedora Core 3 i368, yum repository is remi. When I try to install Firefox from the above repository, yum install firefox*, the error says that missing dependencies and provides a list of packages that are missing.

What I honestly want to do is to install firefox and all its dependencies automatically from just one place. Can someone provide a good repository name from where i can get firefox + all its dependencies?

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You should really upgrade. Fedora Core 3 is 6 (!) years old by now, and it's likely very hard to find some (working) repository for such an old version. – andri Mar 1 '11 at 10:36
Can i use a redhat repository though? @andri – selvin Mar 1 '11 at 10:39

You might find packages suitable for FC3 from the Fedora Archives.

Still, FC3 is 6 years old and has been unsupported for 5 years; the latest version is Fedora 14, so I highly recommend you upgrade.

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