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POI: New distrib to run micro$~1 apps seamlessly

POI: New distrib to run micro$~1 apps seamlessly

POI: New distrib to run micro$~1 apps seamlessly

Just a note to any who may be interested; I found an article about Corels next planned Linux release....it'll incorporate GraphOn software with the Corel Linux OS and allos Linux Clients to access micro$~1 apps through a shared NT server via any connection (evel low-bandwidth or dial-up). They are scheduled to release this new version mid-year.

Just a note :-)


*nix installation & program collector/reseller. Contact me if you think you've got one that I don't :-)

RE: POI: New distrib to run micro$~1 apps seamlessly

I have Corel Linux v1, on our workstations it seems to be quite good, the one problem I did find is the autodetection on boot will not use a serial mouse (PS2 only) once installed you modifiy the XF86Config file to point towards the serial port and it's fine unless you run detect and it goes back to the ps2 port again...

But it will install in a windows folder and auto detect ntfs (also win95/98) and setup lilo to beable to duel boot it, automounter support as standard...

well done Corel...

Simon Jones
The Allandale Youth Works
God am good!!! and good lookin :-)

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