Did anyone watched the memory-usage of FF57 or 58 on a normal pc? It reaches gigabytes (!) without problems when opening several tabs.... .
Its fast, its using several tasks now - but I gave up my hope we will ever see a working version on the pi. It uses too much memory at all.
Its a total mem-eater...
With their Quantum-development for using several tasks they forgot to watch the memory-usage in my opinion, whatever some "tests" say, just try it out yourself with several tabs. They made a big mistake somewhere.
Edit: And regarding post 1 and all the others trying this out: forget it
This never worked, whatever some say. I tried it, these Ubuntu-tryouts all (!) have had massive problems, even when they started and looked fine on the first view. There is one version only (!) around made by the user "Schwarzr" which works, but its outdated (49?51?). Every Ubuntu-"port" definately has any problems, whyever. Wasted time. We only could find out what difference Schwarzr made exactly to get a working version again.
Edit regarding the ONLY fully working normal FF:
schwarzr wrote: ↑
Fri Jul 08, 2016 8:05 pm
The package is specifically compiled and optimized for Raspbian distribution, not Ubuntu nor Debian.
So if we want a working FF, someone has to find out how to compile it (or how he exactly made that, to save time).