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    Fedora 32: firefox 2020-856ae65766

    Date 30 Jul 2020
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    - New upstream update - 79.0
    Fedora Update Notification
    2020-07-31 01:03:30.970076
    Name        : firefox
    Product     : Fedora 32
    Version     : 79.0
    Release     : 3.fc32
    URL         :
    Summary     : Mozilla Firefox Web browser
    Description :
    Mozilla Firefox is an open-source web browser, designed for standards
    compliance, performance and portability.
    Update Information:
    - New upstream update - 79.0
    * Thu Jul 30 2020 Martin Stransky  - 79.0-3
    - Added VA-API fix for mozbz#1645671
    * Wed Jul 29 2020 Martin Stransky  - 79.0-2
    - Try to enable armv7hl again.
    - Disabled ppc64le due to cargo crash (rhbz#1862012).
    * Mon Jul 27 2020 Martin Stransky  - 79.0-1
    - Update to 79.0
    - Disabled PGO due to rhbz#1849165 (gcc internal error).
    * Mon Jul 27 2020 Fedora Release Engineering  - 78.0.2-5
    - Rebuilt for
    * Thu Jul 23 2020 Frantisek Zatloukal  - 78.0-4
    - Use python3 instead of python2 for build
    * Tue Jul 21 2020 Martin Stransky  - 78.0-3
    - Added fix for mozbz#1651701/rhbz#1855730
    * Fri Jul 10 2020 Jan Horak  - 78.0.2-2
    - Fixing clang build - linker setup
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