Pale Moon - Linux specific information

Support and discussions for the x86/x64 Linux version of Pale Moon and specific Linux distribution questions related to the browser.

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Pale Moon - Linux specific information

Post by trava90 » 2015-03-18, 08:27

Seeing how there are several threads floating about with information that is specific to Pale Moon for Linux, I thought that I would bring it all together into one thread for quick reference:

Pale Moon for Linux FAQ

Linux only add-ons:

Blue Moon Linux -- Adds the blue Pale Moon button and other Windows-specific style elements to Pale Moon for Linux. - Thanks to Antonius32 for your work on this! (release notes | support)

Fresh Player Plugin - Enables Pale Moon to use the latest version of Adobe Flash on Linux. -- Thanks to Jaaday for the original post!

Netflix Desktop -- Enables Pale Moon to use Microsoft Silverlight (required for Netflix). This can also be used to enable Adobe Shockwave (not to be confused with Adobe Flash) in Pale Moon. -- Thanks to Jaaday for the original post!


Known distros that include Pale Moon in their official repo:

Manjaro
PCLinuxOS
MX-Linux
Puppy Linux "Tahrpup"*
LxPupTahr*

*Included as the default browser

Additional 3rd party repos:

Arch User Repository (AUR)
SlackBuilds
Gentoo Overlays


Feel free to send me a PM if you have any additional information that should be added to this list!
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Re: Pale Moon - Linux specific information

Post by trava90 » 2017-07-09, 04:35

Seeing how this thread is terribly dated and most of the information here either is already or will be migrated to the Linux site/wiki, I'm removing the sticky on this thread.

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