Userland.Com: Review of Nautilus 0.1
Aug 17, 2000, 12:15 (6 Talkback[s])
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"The good folks at Eazel just released Nautilus 0.1. After much
hands-on compiling, I got it running on my Linux box."
"Guess what: The folks at Eazel haven't lost any of their
old magic. Nautilus is slick, slick enough to make Michael Dell
start wondering about Linux on the desktop."
"But first, a disclaimer: Nautilus is pre-release software. It
has a few bugs and display glitches (though not nearly as many as
Mozilla used to). It will suck up all your RAM and then dump core.
Unless you write software for Linux, you're probably not going to
be able to compile version 0.1."
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- The Register: Herzfield spills all about Eazel(Aug 16, 2000)
- NY Times: Developers of Linux Software Planning Assault on Microsoft(Aug 15, 2000)
- LinuxToday.com.au: Nautilus: Bigger than Christmas?(Aug 14, 2000)
- SF Gate: Apple alums to unveil new firm's product at LinuxWorld(Aug 14, 2000)
- NetworkWorld: New Linux desktops to debut at LinuxWorld(Aug 12, 2000)
- Miguel de Icaza: Let's Make Unix Not Suck(Aug 10, 2000)
- IT-Analysis: Linux for beginners?(Jul 28, 2000)
- Salon: Eazel does it(Jul 25, 2000)
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