From: david_hamilton3 at domain hp.com
Date: Mon 28 Feb 2000 - 09:32:22 GMT
I did successfully install this version without problems on my HP Omnibook
It was pretty straight forward, although I wasn;t too keen on the boot
manager it installed. Very pretty and graphical, but offering too many
boot options, some of which weren't valid....
Other than that, it was grand.
I had to wipe my laptop since so it's gone, and I'd have to say that I
Hope this helps,
From: shinnere at domain gofree.indigo.ie [mailto:shinnere at domain gofree.indigo.ie]
Sent: 27 February 2000 20:32
To: ilug at domain linux.ie
Subject: FW: RE: [ILUG] Corel Linux
From: ilug-admin at domain linux.ie [mailto:ilug-admin at domain linux.ie]On Behalf Of Barry
Sent: 23 February 2000 00:42
Subject: [ILUG] Corel Linux
Has anyone tried to install Corel Linux from the free Cd with PC live? Any
caveats, cautions tips, etc?
I was going to reformat my hard disk anway - I want to get rid of Win98 and
re-install '95, but I thought I try installing Corel Linux over 98 first,
just to see how it gets on with partitioning the disk.
Unless someone else has already tried this and knows it to be a really
PC Live very kindly supplied an ISO of Corel Linux on their cd, which
doesn't install. I burned a cd from the image, but haven't had a chance to
try it yet. I tried the version supplied with PC Plus, and had no luck. I
kept getting to the last step for install, and the machine would reboot,
with all the partitions still as they were before I started.
I remember reading in PC Plus something about it using a PS/2 mouse, which
I'm not, but I don't know if this a problem.
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