Originally Posted by Snark1994
However, if you're building FF from source, then that's generally quite tricky - is it source or a binary?
Firefox is distributed as a binary executable (similar to .exe in Windows) called firefox-bin
or simply firefox
inside a .tar.bz (similar to .zip).
Assuming Meego has some kind of GUI file manager and archive manager, it is simply double-click (to extract to ~/ home folder or Desktop), double-click (to launch Firefox).
However I recommend using the distro's package manager whenever possible. If the FAQ I just read is correct:
sudo zypper search firefox
sudo zypper install firefox.586
.586 should be replaced with your actual architecture, which you can determine with:
although I must be honest I have never personally used Meego