If you have already updated it is recommended to remove the older Firefox or Seamonkey package before you upgrade. A few years back some developers patched the Linux kernel with what is known as the Physical Address Extension Patch or PAE. Please note that Intel Pentium M processors with a 400Mhz FSB (see glossary) do not run the PAE version. Some very old hardware may not support PAE very well, if at all.
It is designed to give 32 bit kernels, which are limited to "seeing" 4 GB of RAM, the capability of utilising up to 64 GB of RAM. Slacko is coordinated by me, Mick Amadio, (01micko on the puppy forum) but it could not be possible with out some fantastic contributors.
The recommended method to update Firefox is to download the latest package from PPM.
To add Sea Monkey to Slacko use the Updates Manager from the Setup menu. Either should be fine on most hardware, however if you have over 4GB RAM then you may want to use the PAE verison to take advantage of that RAM.
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