Ubuntu Feisty Fawn install screenshots

I just got round to installing Ubuntu Feisty Fawn. The installer is pretty similar to previous versions, but there are a couple of new install features (including a new settings and documents migrator).

Also if you're curious as to what the installer looks like, you might want to take a look. So, here are some screenshots for your viewing pleasure.

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