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Ubuntu v9.10 (karmic-koala) Desktop

The latest version of the popular Linux desktop distribution Ubuntu 9.10 has been released and available from the official project web site. New features since Ubuntu 9.04 includes – Firefox 3.5, GNOME 2.28, an enforcing AppArmor profile, Linux kernel 2.6.31, ext4 file system (default), Empathy instant messenger instead of Pidgin, the Ubuntu One client, which interfaces with Canonical’s new on-line storage system. It also includes a new application called the Ubuntu Software Center. A quick screen-shot tour of new features available here on our website.

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26 comments… add one
  • Steve May 1, 2010 @ 16:09

    I’ve had the same problem. I used the CD verifier and it found no errors, but when I booted up and chose “Install Mythbuntu”, I had to type in a user name and password. Since I had several CD-ROMs installed on my PC, I just used a different CD-ROM drive, and then everything worked. I was installing Mythbuntu 9.10.

  • Dima Mar 15, 2010 @ 11:29

    I discovered finally what caused the problem…..There’s some trouble with hardware on my machine….I left attempts to boot from CD… Before installing from LiveUSB I switched off ACPI and all other options. So Ubuntu was installed successfully, but Software Center doesn’t start….
    The reason of user/pass request while booting from CD is either CD defect or hardware trouble(may be CD/DVD drive, cable or smth like that). IMHO
    P.S. the latest sentence by a specialist was to replace the motherboard…..

    • Macky Nov 24, 2010 @ 13:01

      Hey guys! I’m downloading this iso. is this really 9.04? because I’m using 9.10 right now but my cd was damaged so i have to download it again. . .

      Thanks a lot!

      • dandes May 30, 2011 @ 6:54

        try ubuntu as a password and your computer name as user name..

  • StaticIP Mar 7, 2010 @ 7:02

    This is very strange. Last night I used this same CD in another computer and booted up properly to a Live CD session without question for Username/pwd.
    Today – I’m trying to boot up to try to save files on my friend’s Windows XP system and it asks me for the Username and password. So it’s the same Live CD on two systems works differently. So far I looked for a solution on several web sites and couldn’t find anything. User “ubuntu” with blank password doesn’t work. Couldn’t developers be so kind to reply at any web site where this question was posted and let us all know what is a default user/pwd to log into this thing?

  • Dima Feb 17, 2010 @ 9:12

    I tried to boot from LiveCD – it’s asking for login and password. Then after several attempts “Auth… failed…” and so on………..From Live USB boot was OK, but “Install Ubuntu 9.10” doesn’t start at all. Just nothing happens when I click it….. All the rest is OK. My friend says it’s a trouble with some USB devices, interruption or smth like that….

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