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Hey, Im new to linux, but I like it. I do a lot of Corel based design work and I was wondering if there is anyway of running it in ...
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    Corel Draw


    Hey, Im new to linux, but I like it. I do a lot of Corel based design work and I was wondering if there is anyway of running it in Linux? I have Wine, WineX and Cedega but I having no luck with them. I basically have no idea what the difference is between .rpm and .tar.gz so if you can help with the Corel thing please use small words

    John H.

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    RPMs are binary (precompiled) packages for RPM-based distros like Fedora Core/Redhat, Mandrake, and SuSE.
    tar.gz/tar.bz2 (commonly called tarballs) are simply compressed files/folders, and usually used to distribute source code.

    I'm very suprised that Crossover Office doesn't run it though...
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