"With a painless install, flaws fixed since the beta
version, and a good GUI, Corel's Linux distribution has much to
offer. But beware: it also can slow to a crawl and annoy geeks with
it's Windows-like, made-for-the-average-user design."
"Last week during Comdex, Corel launched its very own
distribution of Linux. I managed to download a copy of the CD-ROM
image, burn my own CD using that file, and in no time at all had
Corel Linux 1.0 installed and running."
"We will revisit Corel Linux in more detail when Corel sends us
a full copy of the product for review. In the meantime, the freely
available version made quite an impression on me. Corel addressed
all of the complaints I had about the early beta. This alone is
cause for praise, because it demonstrates at least one of two
encouraging facts: either Corel reads publications like LinuxWorld
and cares about what we have to say, or Corel had the right idea
all along. Hopefully, there is some truth to both."
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