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Where is Ubiquity used in Ubuntu?

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Its the wizard you see that installs ubuntu. It also handles the slideshow in the package 'ubiquity-slideshow' which Is made from HTML files. :D

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ubiquity-slideshow renders using webkit – akshatj Aug 5 '10 at 13:02

It is the installer program.

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More specifically, it's the installer that you encounter when installing the operating itself. Not to be confused with the package manager, which is what is being used for installing applications. – Tommy Brunn Aug 5 '10 at 12:10

There is a Ubiquity Firefox Extension, the project is halted by Mozilla Labs right now. It is like a Gnome-Do for Firefox.

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I was talking about the ubuntu installer. – akshatj Aug 5 '10 at 12:47

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