The script is launched by double-clicking on it or by typing at the command prompt and
The defaults of the scripts are:
my $getMode = 'http'; # ftp|http
# $getMode = 'http'
my $httpPath =
# $getMode = 'ftp'
my $ftpServer = 'ftp.mozilla.org';
my $ftpUser = 'anonymous';
my $ftpPassword = 'firstname.lastname@example.org';
my $ftpPath =
my $mozFile = 'Firefox-win32.zip';
my $productRoot = 'MozillaFirefox';
my $fbTempPath = 'C:/Program Files/';
my $fbLocalPath = 'C:/Program Files/';
First you have to choose the preferred protocol to get the file: FTP or HTTP.
Depending on your
way to connect to Internet or the presence of a firewall, not both protocols may work.
It is done by setting
$getMode = 'ftp'
$getMode = 'http'.
For HTTP, if the path of the file stored in
does not change there is nothing to modify.
For FTP, you should replace the FTP anonymous password
by your own email address.
You may want to store the application in a different location
Just use it! With the default settings, the browser is ready to use at
Note that the above examples are specific to the Windows platform,
Mac OS X
versions are also available.