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Ubuntu 7.10 Alpha 3 [Feisty herd 3] review and screenshots

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Downloading the iso was a little difficult to find the right download links. But then I checked out distrowatch who had a link to the iso directly. Ten hours later, it was done. I didn’t see anything different after booting from the cd.

It gave the same old options, and there was no kernel trace output or anything, just that the bar filled up while the cd booted up and unpacked the squashfs filesystem, and booted up the livecd.

The moment I booted up, there was a crash report for the synaptic update notifier, because I need a proxy to access the Internet.

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