I foolishly upgraded my Firefox install on Ubuntu to the beta 4 release, I believe by adding the PPA repository -- is there an easy way to roll it back to the 3.6 version provided by Ubuntu?
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Yes, try these commands:
Which will remove the PPA,
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If you want a GUI way then you can install Ubuntu Tweak (Download Link) then run it from Applications -> System Tools. Then navigate to "Package Cleaner" and click unlock and select Purge PPAs and select mozilla daily ppa
Then click cleanup and yes to the subsequent dialog
Now launch the software center and search for firefox-4.0 and remove it
Now search for firefox and install it.