> On 7/16/17, Mason83 <email@example.com> wrote:
>> On 14/07/2017 19:06, Mason83 wrote:
>>> On 13/07/2017 16:43, chokito wrote:
>>>> Mason83 wrote:
>>>>> The 64-bit version of plugin-container.exe
>>>>> has MD5: 33d3c39d859b84772dfc17c2d27f5705
>>>> This MD5-checksum corresponds to an old version of 2.49.1 from
>>> I don't know how you figured that out.
>>> Do you keep old versions lying around?
>>> Yes indeed, I am running 20170528045907.
>>> Why did I not get notified of Adrian's new version?
>>> Manual "Check for Updates" returns
>>> No updates available.
>>> Is it because the version number wasn't bumped?
>>>> The latest version 2.49.1 is from 2017-06-19. (The better name would be
>>> Thanks. Will update.
>> Anyone else seeing this issue?
> If "this issue" is check for updates says no updates are available -
> yes, it happened to me too. I had to download & install the
> 2017-06-19 version manually.
[gerardjan@localhost Downloads]$ cat README
This directory contains precompiled binaries of
Please read the release notes at
A list of ftp.mozilla.org's mirror sites can be found at:
These binaries were all built from mozilla's comm-central Mercurial repository,
off the SEAMONKEY_2.46_1_RELEASE tag, with the following commands used to obtain
hg clone -r SEAMONKEY_2.46_1_RELEASE http://hg.mozilla.org/releases/comm-release
python client.py checkout --rev=SEAMONKEY_2.46_1_RELEASE
A source code tarball with the contents of comm-central/ in such a checkout is
available for download from the source/ subdirectory here on FTP.
Read http://developer.mozilla.org/en/Build_Documentation for instructions
on how to build your own copy of SeaMonkey.
The .exe files in win32/ are the main win32 release installers, letting you
chose which extensions to install.
The .zip files in win32/ contain a full optimized build without an installer.
If you do not understand how to get this to run, you should use installer
linux-i686/ .tar.bz2 files are tarball builds for Linux on x86 platforms.
mac/ .dmg files are self-mounting disk images for Mac OS X, containing a
Intel32+Intel64 universal binaries.
Packages in other formats and for other platforms will appear in the contrib/
subdirectory as they are produced by volunteers.
Language packs are available from the langpacks/ subdirectory and can be
installed as add-ons and switched to using the Appearance preferences.
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