Can Linux cut it on the desktop? That was the question Linux Magazine asked its readers three years ago, promoting an interview with Corel Software
CEO Michael Cowpland. At the time, Corel wasn't alone in making a play for the desktop PC. Other companies, for example Eazel and games maker Loki
Software, built their businesses around what they saw as a promising Linux desktop market. But all of them were wrong.
August 4, 2003