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The Operating System

Ubuntu 4.10, also known as “Warty Warthog,” was the first version of the Ubuntu operating system released on October 20, 2004. Ubuntu is a popular open-source Linux-based operating system that has gained a significant following among users who value its ease of use, stability, and security.

Ubuntu 4.10 was a significant release that introduced many new features and improvements. It was based on the Debian GNU/Linux distribution and used the GNOME desktop environment. It included a range of open-source software applications such as the office suite, the Firefox web browser, and the Evolution email client.

Ubuntu 4.10 was praised for its user-friendly interface and ease of installation. It was designed to be easy to use for both experienced Linux users and those new to the operating system. The release also included features such as automatic hardware detection, which made it easier to use with a wide range of hardware devices.

Overall, Ubuntu 4.10 was a significant milestone in the development of the Ubuntu operating system, and it helped to establish Ubuntu as a popular alternative to other Linux-based operating systems. It set the foundation for future releases of Ubuntu, which continued to build upon its ease of use, stability, and security.

The Web Browser

Mozilla Firefox 0.9.3,released on July 9, 2004, marked another step in the incremental development of the open-source web browser. Positioned as a refined version within the 0.9 series, this release focused primarily on bug fixes and stability enhancements. The update addressed several known issues, striving to improve the overall browsing experience for users. However, feature-wise, it did not introduce any groundbreaking functionalities, maintaining a trajectory consistent with the evolutionary nature of the browser’s development. Firefox 0.9.3 catered predominantly to stability-seeking users and developers, aiming to fortify the browser’s reliability without introducing significant alterations to its interface or core functionalities.

Browser User Agent

When contacting webservers ‘Ubuntu 4.10 x86 with Mozilla Firefox 0.9.3’ will identify itself as ‘Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.7) Gecko/20041013 Firefox/0.9.3 (Ubuntu)’.

Run Period

For ‘Ubuntu 4.10 x86 with Mozilla Firefox 0.9.3’ Period Sites in Period Browsers is currently searching for pages archived between 2004-10-20 and 2005-04-20.

Emulation Platform

Hardware emulation for this platform is currently provided by the QEMU Project.

Ubuntu 4.10 for x86 can be found in the Ubuntu Archives. Mozilla Firefox 0.9.3 can also be found on the Ubuntu 4.10 installation media.


Ubuntu 4.10 x86 with Mozilla Firefox 0.9.3

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