"Corel Corporation released their first Linux distribution in
November 1999. From the beginning, their emphasis was on making
Linux easy to install and easy to use, to 'reduce the barriers to
Linux..'. GUI's were used throughout the installation process. Even
the usual text-based lilo boot prompt was replaced with a GUI. This
emphasis has continued into the latest release, Corel Linux OS -
Second Edition, based upon a subset of the Debian
"If your system can boot from a cdrom drive, you can install
Corel Linux from the Installation CD. If not, a boot floppy is
provided with the Standard and Deluxe packages. If you download the
iso and burn your own cd, there are utilities on the cd to make a
boot floppy if needed."
"...I've left out several other programs and features, but
what I've seen and used has shown me that Corel Linux Second
Edition is one sweet distribution."
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