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comment Installing addons for old versions of Firefox?
Did you read the question at all? It's not a matter of my using FF4, it's a matter of my being able to test a website with FF4. That means installing FF4, and turning off auto-update, so that it stays FF4. I never browse the web using FF4, but so long as there are customers who use FF4, my websites have to work in it.
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comment LinkSys wireless router failing DHCP
Because that means figuring out how to configure the LinkSys to work in bridged mode. I tried that, and couldn't get it to work. Meanwhile, the wireless devices don't need access to the devices on the wired network, they just need to be able to access the internet, and the current configuration works, until the LinkSys DHCP locks up.