|Version of Ubuntu|
|Architecture||amd64, i386, ppc|
|Release date||13 October 2005|
|Support end||13 April 2007|
Ubuntu 5.10 is a version of Ubuntu that was released under the codename of "Breezy Badger" on 13 October 2005. This build adds a boot screen over the command line boot sequence. The GNOME logo on the top panel has been replaced with the Ubuntu logo.
Bugs[edit | edit source]
- Just like in Ubuntu 5.04, booting from the installation media fails on QEMU due to a kernel panic where IO-APIC and timer are not syncing if the processor is set to
pentiumor newer. You will need to set the processor to
486in order to install Ubuntu, although this will cause installation to take a long time. This bug has been fixed in Ubuntu 6.06.