yay -S librewolf # alternatively: yay -S librewolf-bin
Without an AUR helper:
git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/librewolf-bin.git librewolf cd librewolf makepkg -si
There is a repository available for Debian Unstable (Do not use this on any other release of Debian)
echo 'deb http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/bgstack15:/aftermozilla/Debian_Unstable/ /' | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/home:bgstack15:aftermozilla.list # make sure you have curl installed curl -fsSL https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:bgstack15:aftermozilla/Debian_Unstable/Release.key | gpg --dearmor | sudo tee /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/home_bgstack15_aftermozilla.gpg > /dev/null sudo apt update sudo apt install librewolf
See the repository for more details, and the option to use a .deb file instead of these commands.
See the LibreWolf Gentoo repo.
The LibreWolf AppImages are found here. Choose the file that matches your system’s architecture (most modern computers use x86_64).
chmod +x LibreWolf-*.AppImage
to make it executable.
Set up Flatpak for your distribution (make sure to enable the flathub repository, as LibreWolf requires several dependencies from there). Then download the LibreWolf Flatpak file from here (choose the file that matches your system’s architecture - most modern computers use x86_64), and install it using
flatpak install LibreWolf-*.flatpak
The macOS installation process involves running a script that patches a Firefox disk image to create a LibreWolf disk image. The macOS build process doesn’t build Firefox from source yet, but we may try to do that in the future.
git clone --recursive https://gitlab.com/librewolf-community/browser/macos.git cd macos ./package.sh
See the LibreWolf macOS repo for more.
There are currently some experimental builds for Windows, which can be found here.
Note: These builds are experimental - expect bugs!