- Jan 10, 2021
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As some of you know by now (I found this out through DistroTube), Mozilla was involved some scandals fairly-recently. One was involving internet censorship in response to the alt-right throwing their big tantrum at the white house, and the other one was involving cancel culture where they, and some other far-left twats, are trying to remove Stallman (again) and the board of the FSF from their positions, even though he resigned because of his comments regarding Epstein. Because I can no longer support Mozilla because of this, I decided to check out LibreWolf because of what DistroTube was saying about it in his video. The problem is I can't get it to install in Terminal. The instructions say to download the app image (I downloaded LibreWolf-87.0-1.x86_64.AppImage because the instructions say most modern computers run x86_64), and then says to copy and paste "chmod +x LibreWolf-*.AppImage" into Terminal, and after doing that, I get an error message saying "No such file or directory". I've even tried downloading it again, but changing the file to AptURL when I went to save it (which listed it as an app image file), and it still didn't work. I don't understand what I did wrong. The app image should work on 19.3, right?