ZDNET UK: Exclusive: Corel says Linux on the desktop in 2000Feb 25, 1999, 16:40 (9 Talkback[s])
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This is a 3 part interview with Corel's executive vice president of engineering, Derek Burney.
"In an exclusive interview with ZDNet UK News, Corel's executive vice president of engineering Derek Burney confirmed his company's work with Wine, a compatibility layer that will allow Windows applications to run on the Linux operating system."
"Burney talks about Wine as well as the momentum behind Linux that could see the alternative operating system bundled on desktop PCs early next year."
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