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Hello, I am currently using Fedora 7 and I am baffled by this issue, on previous versions of Fedora I could easily install the 32 bit version of firefox, however with this version even if I install the 32 bit it is forcing me to use 64, even after removing the 64 bit version! I guess my main question is is there a way to remove all traces of the 64bit version as it appears to not be uninstalling ? Or should I just install my own copy outisde of the distro installation? If you guys have any tips I would be greatful. Thanks!
I am thinking that the firefox-32 should match, but even if I use a package manager it is forcing me to load these two, instead of the ones that match. Is there a good way to exclude the un needed from the repos?
I did go ahead and let it install, Thank you for the help btw, but it runs and does nothing upon executing the 32 bit script, I am wondering if this is a version conflict due to my tie in with both livna and fedora repos. I have never had this issue before, from what I understand simply installing 32 bit solves the entire problem, but even after removing all firefox rpms and installing the 32 bit it seems it is still pulling 64 bit. I am using konquerer right now so at least I can browse well hehe. Sorry for not having more information, I am new to linux desktoping.