Wrong version of Firefox
john at jcoppens.com
Sun Feb 8 17:14:37 CET 2015
After installing the new version of Firefox (35), XFCE still starts the
previous version (27).
In /usr/lib64, I have a symlink 'firefox' which points to the directory
of the Firefox in use (so, at the moment, to firefox-35.0.1).
If I start FF from the menu, I get version 35, as expected (the
launcher points to 'firefox'. But when I reboot, I get version 27 (from
the previous session). This causes a lot of headaches, as version 27
disables some add-ons from v35, which I then have to re-enable.
The mozilla-firefox.desktop file points to 'firefox', and starts the
correct version. Executing 'firefox' in a terminal finds the correct
How's that? Is the session somehow pointing to the absolute location?
Where is that information saved? Maybe 'Preferred applications' is
pointing to the wrong one?
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