Thursday, 16 July 2009
Ubuntu has evolved over the past few years and so that we don't lose and forget some of the unsupported versions Dustin Kirkland has created the Ubuntu Museum.
The Museum has screenshots, screencasts, and usable virtual appliance images of each of the retired Ubuntu releases for you to watch, download and re-experience. The virtual images are QEMU qcow2 disk images of the i386 Desktop edition of each version of Ubuntu.
So, got back down memory land and visit the Ubuntu Museum... enjoy!