Yes, if you install for example Debian Squeeze: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=2262
and also some further information at http://library.powerdeveloper.net/index.php/Debian
I do not wish to change OSs, I will lose the tools I have installed and I may not be able to get some of them for the new OS. I just want to upgrade to Firefox 12.0 (Note: 13.0 isn't supported by the website I need either, just 12.0).
I think this may force me to get an Intel Mac that I can't afford... just to access ONE website.
BTW: Chrome 19.0 is the only version of Chrome they support.
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\"It is essential for automatic computation that, instead of containing every single instruction necessary to carry out the program, the coded program include methods for generating instructions which are needed to carry out the program. ... One measure of the extent to which an automatic digital computer is used effectively is given by the ratio of the number of instructions formed in the machine to that of the instructions inserted into the machine initially.\" Mathematical Machines Volume I Digital Computers ©1961 Francis J. Murray
If so, then why is this ratio zero on most modern computer software?