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PC Week: Corel Linux to run more Windows apps

“The licensing agreement between Corel and GraphOn expands on a
previous agreement, announced in late October, that enabled Corel’s
own Windows applications to run on the Corel Linux OS. The
extension opens this access to any Windows application from any
vendor, Corel officials said.”

“A version of Corel’s Linux OS containing both the Linux client
and Windows NT server licenses for GraphOn Bridges is scheduled to
ship in mid-2000, Corel officials said.”

“For example, PCs running on Corel’s OS could run Linux
applications such as the company’s office suite or graphics suite
and also run Windows applications such as Microsoft Office from a
single Windows-based server shared by the Linux cluster
, they
added.”

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