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Is there any advantage to using "ppa:mozillateam/firefox-stable" over just using what's available in the repositories for 11.04?

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It's a newer version? – Uri Herrera Jul 21 '11 at 4:16
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Packages can take a bit of time before reaching repositories, having the ppa enables you to get the newest version earlier. And that is it really.

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There is currently no advantage to this as Firefox releases are pushed out to the distribution as quickly as possible after a Firefox release:

In fact, that PPA is being retired.

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