At a glance
Publisher
Corel
Web
No longer!
Status
Not available, Not supported
Introduced
1998
Latest
Second Edition
Design
Text & GUI, Multitasking
Type
Workstation
 
Summary News Requirements Compatibility Interface Installation Variants
Versions Downloads Links Publisher Support Alternatives Secrets Pricing
 
Details
Summary Corel Linux is build specifically for the desktop, with a GUI installer.
News 1-Jan-2002 All prior Corel Linux links now point to Xandros, but as of Sep-2013 Xandros appears dead.
2-Oct-2000 Microsoft invests $135 Million and establishes a strategic alliance
Requirements
Product Corel Linux Second Edition
Processor Pentium CPU or better
RAM 24 MB (64 MB recommended)
Drive space 800 MB
Drives Runs from hard disk, Prompt available from boot diskette
Video VGA, with 2MB,PCI or better
File systems Ext2, read/write access to FAT
Compatibility Linux programs
DOS programs (most)
Interface Native text based interface. GUI support included with various desktops.
Installation Can be installed on primary or logical partitions, any drive
Variants Workstation
Server
Versions 1
Downloads No
Links No longer!
Books All books on Linux

Top titles
Publisher Corel Corporation
1600 Carling Ave
Ottawa, ON K1Z 8R7
Canada

Phone 613-728-8200
Web www.corel.com
Support No longer available
Alternatives Other Linuxes, Windows, Solaris
Secrets Command Line Windows/DOS equivalents
Pricing Pricing prior to shutdown:
Download - Free
Retail boxed, Standard - $59.95
Retail boxed, Deluxe - $89.95 (with WordPerfect, Corel PhotoPaint, etc.)
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