New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

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New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

Postby SRWare » Thu Jul 19, 2012 5:07 pm

We released the new Iron for Linux 20 today, which contains all features and updates known from Chromium 20. The current version is 20.0.1150.1.

Main improvements:
- minor design changes
- Security fixes
- faster Javascript


Downloads:
http://www.srware.net/downloads/iron-linux.tar.gz (32-Bit)
http://www.srware.net/downloads/iron-linux-64.tar.gz (64-Bit)


Downloads for Debian-based distributions (Debian, Ubuntu, Mint etc.):
http://www.srware.net/downloads/iron.deb (32-Bit)
http://www.srware.net/downloads/iron64.deb (64-Bit)

Downloads for Redhat-based Distributionen [BETA!] (Fedora, RHEL etc.):
http://www.srware.net/downloads/iron.rpm (32-Bit)
http://www.srware.net/downloads/iron64.rpm (64-Bit)
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Re: New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

Postby faucon50 » Fri Jul 20, 2012 9:56 am

Hi,

Thank you for this new version looks faster then before but when I try to do the Internet explorer 9 speed reading test the window doesn't open and I receive this error in xsession-errors:

ERROR:command_buffer_proxy_impl.cc(126)] Could not send GpuCommandBufferMsg_Initialize.

And this one in syslog:

Jul 20 10:32:04 localhost kernel: [ 3019.138847] iron[7111]: segfault at b6ff05b ip 00007f2449936ed6 sp 00007fff0e12aeb0 error 6 in iron[7f2448382000+482b000]
Jul 20 10:32:04 localhost kernel: [ 3019.249845] iron[7161]: segfault at 10 ip 00007f93b2560dc0 sp 00007fffc29f8378 error 4 in iron[7f93b0dd7000+482b000]
Jul 20 10:32:46 localhost kernel: [ 3060.380167] type=1701 audit(1342773166.100:24): auid=4294967295 uid=1000 gid=1000 ses=4294967295 pid=7263 comm="iron" reason="seccomp" sig=0 syscall=2 compat=0 ip=0x7fd69449d58d code=0x50002

This apened by enabling CSS animations in about:flags, what is wrong? I had no problems with the previous release and the same setup.

My setup:

Ubuntu 12.04 lts 64bit, amd 7750, catalyst 12.6
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Re: New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

Postby DDZ57 » Fri Jul 20, 2012 1:43 pm

Thank you! 8-)
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Re: New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

Postby Freshlemon » Sun Jul 22, 2012 2:49 pm

Thank you, much appreciated! :ironvschrome
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English Page is not changed

Postby blackwingcat » Thu Aug 02, 2012 1:11 am

Hi.
I can't notify new version Iron information, because English version news page has not been changed yet.
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Re: New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

Postby sean.n.bean » Wed Aug 08, 2012 9:08 pm

love how this version of Iron is working in my Peppermint Three linux laptop... i booted firefox a couple of years ago now :ironvsff

but i am wondering about whether or not adding addons & extensions ends up circumnavigating the privacy we are seeking when we first move to Iron?

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Re: New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

Postby mapx » Thu Aug 09, 2012 8:33 am

why not using the extensions ? I know the message (the extensions can access your data ...) but there is no serious danger. When some extension will do something evil the users community will reveal such a thing
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Re: New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

Postby bksening » Sun Aug 12, 2012 3:27 pm

Again, mapx is providing wrong and misleading information about extensions. You cannot depend on "some extension will do something evil the users community will reveal such a thing". So always there is a time lag and dependent on someone else getting infected and privacy stolen to report a problem first? So let others have their privacy breached first and then report some evil happening? That makes no sense whatsoever.

See this thread where mapx gave the WRONG answer the first time:
viewtopic.php?t=3682

The general answer, to keep your privacy secure, you canNOT install any extensions at all; you have no idea what an extension is doing unless you read through all the extension source code and verify it yourself. The whole point of the message (the extensions can access your data ...) is because there IS VERY serious danger.

Bottom line - extensions are ALWAYS a potential threat to anyone's privacy.
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Re: New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

Postby mapx » Sun Aug 12, 2012 4:29 pm

Yours is a taliban opinion, extremely one, mine is a moderate one.
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Re: New Iron-Version: 20.0.1150.1 Stable for Linux

Postby bksening » Mon Aug 13, 2012 4:06 pm

Yours is a naive, childish, gullible, and patently incorrect opinion, easy for all the scammers and phishers to prey on, and the masses of naive people like you are why there are so many data phishers and virus writers out there trying to trick you.

Mine is the truthful and factual one, explaining the reason of the message (the extensions can access your data ...), which is the reason sean.n.bean and others needs to be concerned about and know you are waiving your own responsibility and any Iron browser protection when using extensions.
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