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I am on Ubuntu 11.10 (which comes with FF8), and I am going to have to test an app that only supports FF3.5. I vaguely remember a page with old versions of the browser, and links to versions for each OS, but for the life of me, I can't find anything other then Windows installers on the Mozilla site / FTP. There is a related question here on superuser where someone links to, but even there it is pure Windows installers.

anyone have any ideas?

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I would suggest download tar version of old Firefox (FF3.5). -- 3.6.24 version. untar it and export the path of firefox binary or use it from that location.

Ok found this have everything listed there :)

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so thats better then I could find, but do you know if there is anything like it for 3.5? like a full listing of the 3.6 branch would be amazing... – Matt Briggs Dec 6 '11 at 20:00
Yes even I searched for it couldn't find I'll get back to you if I find it :) – wisemonkey Dec 6 '11 at 20:07
@MattBriggs: Just updated answer with listing for all versions of FF :) – wisemonkey Dec 6 '11 at 20:51
awesome, thanks man :) – Matt Briggs Dec 6 '11 at 21:34

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