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How do I install the latest stable version of Firefox?

Here: it is said:

Aimed at Lucid and Maverick users who want to use a modern browser which starts faster
than you can brew your morning coffee

can you tell me which PPA should I use to have latest stable Firefox all the time? Like for Chrome.

The other Questions are closed but they don't answer the question!

For example here: How do I install the latest stable version of Firefox?

it's about versions prior to 11.04.

I have Oneiric and Firefox 9.0.1, but Firefox 10 was released couple of days ago.

May be I just need to wait?

Here is my sources.list (I have deleted ALL comments)

deb oneiric main restricted
deb-src oneiric main restricted

deb oneiric-updates main restricted
deb-src oneiric-updates main restricted

deb oneiric universe
deb-src oneiric universe
deb oneiric-updates universe
deb-src oneiric-updates universe

deb oneiric multiverse
deb-src oneiric multiverse
deb oneiric-updates multiverse
deb-src oneiric-updates multiverse

deb oneiric-security main restricted
deb-src oneiric-security main restricted
deb oneiric-security universe
deb-src oneiric-security universe
deb oneiric-security multiverse
deb-src oneiric-security multiverse

deb oneiric main
deb-src oneiric main
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marked as duplicate by Jorge Castro, fossfreedom, RolandiXor, htorque, Bruno Pereira Feb 4 '12 at 20:42

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The accepted answer in that question is for all versions of Ubuntu, you might want to check that your mirror is up to date. – Jorge Castro Feb 2 '12 at 16:38
how to check? I am running "apt-get update" – bakytn Feb 2 '12 at 16:40
Please post the contents of /etc/apt/sources.list in your question. – Jorge Castro Feb 2 '12 at 16:48
@JorgeCastro done – bakytn Feb 2 '12 at 16:59
up vote 1 down vote accepted

As explained in the question you link to, the new version of Firefox will come to all supported releases. You don't have to add a PPA for that.

If you want to have it as quickly as possible, you could enable the 'proposed' repository. But you should only do that if you want to help testing new packages (not just the Firefox one!) and are willing to submit bug reports. .

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alright, I just upgraded to Firefox 10. – bakytn Feb 4 '12 at 7:31

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