"Based on what Sm@rt Reseller has seen of the beta product, we
suspect that many users will agree with Corel: This truly is a
Linux for the desktop."
"It's also slightly ahead of schedule. In an interview with
Sm@rt Reseller in late September, Cowpland predicted that the final
version would be available for free download and on CD in early
"Corel took the Debian 2.2.12 Linux kernel and combined it with
the KDE 1.1.2 desktop environment to make the operating system look
and feel more like Windows."
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