64-bit GNU/Linux Tor Browser Bundles updated

It turns out that the 64-bit bundles were a bit crashy because of a change in the way they were built. This change has been reverted and I've updated the stable and RC versions of the 2.x series of GNU/Linux Tor Browser Bundles.

Direct links:
Stable 64-bit GNU/Linux Tor Browser Bundle (sig)
RC 64-bit GNU/Linux Tor Browser Bundle (sig)

Tor Browser Bundle (2.3.25-16); suite=linux

  • Update 64-bit Linux's mozconfig to --disable-optimize so Tor Browser will
    stop crashing (closes: #10195)

Tor Browser Bundle (2.4.18-rc-2); suite=linux

  • Update 64-bit Linux's mozconfig to --disable-optimize so Tor Browser will
    stop crashing (closes: #10195)

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Thank you for the update.

You forgot to update the version string on this page: https://www.torproject.org/download/download-easy.html.en - it still says 2.3.25-15 under Linux but the download link points to 2.3.25-16.

The new https://check.torproject.org/RecommendedTBBVersions
is very problematic. It contains a double entry for Linux-stable, but there's no way to programmatically understand which one is for i686 and which one is for x86_64.
I think that the best option is make a symlink (or a whole new build) so that
https://www.torproject.org/dist/torbrowser/linux/tor-browser-gnu-linux-i686-2.3.25-16-dev-en-US.tar.gz
become a working link.
Until that, every automatic download-and-update method (such as https://github.com/micahflee/torbrowser-launcher ) will be broken

Erinn <3

Thank you and the rest of the team.

Are you guys going to make a 64 bit tor for Windows?

I hear the 32-bit one for Windows works just fine on 64-bit.

(This isn't the case for the 32-bit Linux on 64-bit Linux.)

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