Not that I am a bit impatient...but when does ESR 60.2 'arrive' on our Raspberry?
I guess so, but then you kind of miss the ease of use and official support that you get from Raspbian. (I think they are especially important for beginners like me, and kind of the point of the whole project)ghans wrote: If you are the owner of a Raspberry Pi 2 or Raspberry Pi 3 you can switch to "pure" Debian today. Raspbian focuses on ARMv6, a CPU architecture Debian and Mozilla consider obsolete and probably extremely low-priority.
yeah, I heard about Vivaldi... I still find it sad that in order to have an up-to-date and well working browser (chromium works well) I not only have to stop using the default one, but also stop using any well known browser and use a proprietary one with 0.05% market share. It's kind of counterintuitive...runboy93 wrote: ... or go with Vivaldi 2.0
https://downloads.vivaldi.com/stable/vi ... _armhf.deb