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$ sudo pacman -S firefox
warning: firefox-3.5.7-1 is up to date -- reinstalling
looking for inter-conflicts...
Targets (1): firefox-3.5.7-1
Total Download Size: 0.00 MB
Total Installed Size: 3.58 MB
Proceed with installation? [Y/n] n
I just got a littile confused. Anyway, so you're saying my arch repo mirror is out of date? How do I choose one? I chose them right after installation using that special script that finds the fastest ones like described in the Arch Wiki Beginners Guide.
I don't remember what I did exactly. The only dictionary I have is ispell. And my version of Firefox is 3.6.2 : A very recent upgrade (Monday or Tuesday).
Have you tried pacman -Syu firefox to upgrade ? If you cannot find the 3.6.2 version, one of your repositories must be out of sync.
Frankly I'm quite new with Arch. For my daily work, I use Ubuntu. I really enjoy Arch but I use it mainly for pleasant experimentation. It allows me to test the latest software : Firefox 3.6 is really faster than 3.5 ...