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Re: add-ons for firefox
I have found that the search from "about:addons" page is broken.
You should search the addons from
https://addons.mozilla.org/ web site instead.
I have no good ideas how to fix the broken "about:addons" page
unless Mozilla adds NetBSD as their supported OS and
addon authors mark their addons as NetBSD ready.
At least I can install
to my pkgsrc/www/firefox-72.0.1nb1 on NetBSD/amd64 9.99.39.
However I have not tested its functionality.
Jörn Clausen <joernc%googlemail.com@localhost> writes:
> Over the weekend I compiled www/firefox (72.0.1) on NetBSD 8.1/amd64,
> just to find out that I cannot install any add-ons. Does anybody have
> a work-around for this?
> The add-on page returns "invalid platform", and even a manually
> downloaded xpi file won't install any longer. I need at least ublock
> to actually use Firefox.
> There is some talk in the Mozilla fora, folks on other BSDs seem to
> have the same problem:
> The list of supported platforms seems to be shortened to "Linux",
> "Windows", "Mac" and "Android":
> Joern Clausen
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