"Until last week, we'd yet to see a desktop version of the Linux
operating system that didn't require a savvy technician or
programmer on staff to help set things up."
"Corel Linux OS Second Edition, however, installed with
ease--something that the Linux distributions from Red Hat Inc. of
Durham, N.C., and others have failed to do in our tests."
"After I inserted the CD-ROM and booted, an installation wizard
proceeded step by step through the setup procedures, such as
formatting the hard drive and creating a partition. I didn't have
to hunt down a lot of technical information, as I did for Red Hat
Linux. I didn't need to decipher nearly incomprehensible
instructions or answer complicated questions. I just installed
Corel Linux. The simplicity of the automated installation wizard
reminded me of my recent happy experience with BeOS, from Menlo
Park, Calif.-based Be Inc."
"Within 20 minutes, I was up and running. Even Microsoft
Windows Millennium Edition took longer to set up."
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