Updating feisty fawn
I wrote a very lengthy review of Ubuntu Edgy Eft, (Ubuntu 6.10) for Hard OCP.
The guide was built and tested in Zim version 0.19. Both packages are compressed as bz2 files, and both are under 40Kb in size.Second, using Zim makes the document easier to manage, and handles the conversion to HTML in a single step.Furthermore, as a Zim package, the pages are precoded for possible insertion to an existing online or desktop wiki.To install the guide for use as an HTML document, decompress it, then open the page in your browser.For questions, corrections, ideas or suggestions for the howto, please feel free to leave a comment here. Needless to say, their servers are getting pretty hammered.
[ZDNet] Feisty Fawn held up better than the protagonist in the animation Bambi Meets Godzilla: Canonical put up a bare-bones home page with just a single logo and a list of “mirror” sites from which the software can be downloaded.
It contains all the applications you need -- a web browser, presentation, document and spreadsheet software, instant messaging and much more.
The most recent version, Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty Fawn), was released on April 19, 2007.
First and foremost, the size of the guide no longer lends itself to a blog post.
Coding for external links and appearance would be difficult and prone to typographical errors.
I’ve been getting grief about it from my now ex-girlfriend thanks to this delay.